Maine Coon kittens are a cat lover's dream!  Our kittens are raised in our bedroom and are handled several times a day from birth on. They are socialized with other cats, our dog, and our children so they will readily adjust to new homes.



All kittens are sold with a health guarantee, have had at least their first two shots, and have been wormed. Pets are sold for  $1500 at no earlier than 12 - 14 weeks of age, with spay/neuter agreements (or may have already been altered), and as indoor only companions. New pet owners receive their registration papers upon proof of altering. 

Although we do a limited amount of breeding, we occasionally have kittens available to approved homes.  If we don't currently have kittens, we are happy to assist you in contacting another reputable breeder in your area.

We prefer that the initial contact be made via e-mail so that we can send you our kitten questionnaire.  It serves two purposes.  One, to tell us a little about you and to let us know what you want in a Maine Coon  (color, sex, age, etc), and two, to serve as a reminder when the kittens are ready to go.  We do not ask for deposits on kittens unless we are 100% sure that we will have a kitten available for you, and we no longer keep an ongoing waiting list.  If you are sincere in your interest for one of our kittens we ask that you keep in touch with us on a fairly regular basis.   Contact us for more information.


Occasionally we have retired breeding or show cats available.  If a kitten doesn't suit your situation, please feel free to contact us about one of these very special cats.  Often they are still quite young but don't require the amount of training a kitten might.  They are also often a better choice for those with very young children as well. 


We very rarely sell breeding cats, so if you are inquiring about a kitten for breeding please be prepared for an in-depth investigation of your breeding practices and be prepared to offer references.  We will not place breeding cats with anyone who does not screen ALL of their breeding cats for HCM, both by DNA testing and cardiac echoes.  If you are breeding DNA positive cats, please do not inquire about kittens for breeding.  We will not make any exceptions to this rule.  We also do not place breeding cats with anyone using polydactyls in their breeding programs.  We (and most registries in the world)
consider polydactyly a defect that can negatively impact the health and welfare of our cats.

Thank you for stopping by!