In a allotment of Prigorodny in western Siberia, there’s a enchanting place where overwhelming cats live on a plantation their owners refers to as “Koshlandia,” or a land of cats. The name couldn’t be some-more fitting, as you’ll shortly see.
Russian rancher Alla Lebedeva and her husband, Sergey, have spent a final 10 years lifting cats on their farm, where a creatures ramble free. Lebedeva has so many kitties vital on her property, in fact, that she jokingly says she has “a million, maybe more.” The Siberian cats she cares for are so pleasing that she can’t assistance though request them in large photos and videos opposite a snowy backdrop.
To call them stately would be a serious understatement.
But Lebedeva says they offer a larger purpose than only being bushy models.
“Our cats strengthen a chickens and rabbits from rats and mice,” she told The Siberian Times.