We are a small home-based cattery located in Utah. We have imported our King and his queens from all over Europe. Our Maine coons are raised in a cage-free home, and they are a part of our family! We have been TICA and CFA registered since 2020/2021.
Health tested: HCM, PKD, PKDef, and SMA Negative. Heart and hip scans completed yearly on all breeding cats.
All of our Maine Coon kittens come with the following:
-5 year health guarantee against genetic health issues, FIP included.
-TICA or CFA registration.
-3 generation pedigree.
-Health Cert from our vet.
-Kittens shots and a medical record.
-Spay and neuter.
-30 days free of health insurance from Trupanion
-DNA panel results from Wisdom Panel.
-Go home goody bag with various items to have a successful transition with your new kitten.
-Life time breeder support.
Our cats are fed the very best food that is high in protein plus a raw diet that aids in proper growth for our Maine coons. All of our cats have a clean and clear bloodline, where you will find no inbreeding.
We don't offer breeding rights or stud services at this time. We may offer this to small catteries in the USA after we have built a reputation with you. All of our kittens will be spayed or neutered before leaving the cattery at 18 weeks old, and will be tested by Optimal section that checks for HCM, SMA, and PKD.
All of our Maine coons are around kids of all ages, and they do great with a busy home. Our Maine coons live with a Domestic long-haired cat and a bulldog
A little bit about the Maine Coon breed
While Maine Coons are highly people-oriented cats, they are not overly dependent. They do not constantly pester you for attention but prefer to "hang out" with their owners, investigating whatever activity you're involved in and "helping" when they can. Most are not lap cats, but Maine Coons will stay close by you, follow you from room to room, and wait outside a closed door for you to emerge. A Maine Coon will be your companion, your buddy, your pal, but rarely your baby.
Maine Coons are relaxed and easy-going in just about everything they do. They generally get along well with kids and dogs, as well as other cats. They are not as vertically-oriented as some other breeds, preferring to chase objects on the ground. Many Maine Coons will play "fetch" with their owners. Maine Coons develop slowly and don't achieve their full size until they are three to five years old. Their dispositions remain kittenish throughout their lives; they are big, gentle, good-natured goofs. Maine Coons rarely meow. Instead, most have a soft chirp or trill in a tiny voice that doesn't fit their size!
Color: Black Silver Classic Tabby