Our kittens range from $2500 - $3000. White kittens with blue or odd eyes are $3000. All other kittens are $2500. Breeding rights are available to registered catteries and are an additional $1000.
Our Kitten Application can be found here.
Can't come to us to pick up your baby? No worries, we can bring your baby to you for only expenses incurred.
Our next pairing will be Monika and either Leon or Gandalf in March with kittens in May.
Reishi is an 18 month old male. He is neutered. We are looking for the perfect home for him to live out his best life without the stress of the cattery. If you are interested in him, he is $2000. Please message me.
Hermoine will be 4 years old on March 17th (my birthday!). She has been spayed. She is ready to live out her best life outside the stress of the cattery. If you are interested in her, she is $1500. Please message me.
Here we have a bonded pair, Asher, a black and white tabby male and Amari, a red and white female.
When there are only 2 kittens in a litter, they tend to bond more closely than litters with more. Because of this we have decided to have them go together to a new home. We discount each kitten $250 when siblings go together. If you are interested in this special pair, please message me.
Hello! Thank you for visiting our site. Please let us know if you have any questions or if we can help you in any way. If you completed a kitten application and are on my wait list, I welcome questions and communication. This lets me know you are very interested in our kittens!
We are a medium, high quality cattery, registered with The International Cat Association (TICA) and Cat Fanciers Association (CFA). Our Queens and Kings have been imported from Russia ,Kazakhstan and Ukraine because we really love that strong, European look. All of our breeders have been tested for Hip Dysplasia (HD), Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), and genetic testing to include but not limited to Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency (PK Def). This testing is very expensive, so if anyone says, "Why are Maine Coon kittens so expensive?", this is the main reason. To get quality breeders with the necessary testing is costly. We had to neuter 2 of our male breeders because they failed these test. We will only breed quality kittens with no issues, to have a perfect health record. This comes at a price. The test results are available upon request.
We are located in a small town in Central PA. We will have approximately 7 litters in 2024 starting as early mid February. We do not take deposits on our kittens until they are 7 weeks old and have been seen by our vet with delivery or pick up at 12 - 16 weeks. We have a Kitten Application that can be completed to be added to our waitlist to receive first notification of litters. This does not guarantee a kitten nor are you under any obligation to purchase a kitten once the application is submitted. The application can also be found under our Kitten Gallery tab. We do not ship our babies cargo, this is very stressful for such small kittens. If you are not able to pick up your kitten, we will either use a flight nanny or deliver them ourselves at the cost of the new owners. We welcome potential owners to come for a visit and see our cattery first hand anytime and/or to visit their kitten after the first vaccination at 7 weeks.
What is different about a Maine Coon cat? They have such unique personalities. They have been called "dog-like" as they follow you around, talk to you, and want to be where you are. My Hermoine and Saphira even play fetch! They are so affectionate and love to sleep with us. These cats can get very large in size, with large heads, super ears, and crazy tuffs. They grow a gorgeous mane around 3 to 4 years.
All our babies, young and old, live with us and are treated as our fur babies! They do not live in a separate cattery, our home is our cattery. They are raised with love to the point where my husband and my father will have a terrible time letting them go! We would love to stay in touch with all our babies and their new fur-ever families!
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