Located in Colorado, and having bred healthy genetically screened cats for more than 20 years, our primary goal, is to give you an amazing pet, improve the breed health and support the original polydactyl trait in the Maine Coon. With combined IMPORTED HEALTHY EUROPEAN lines and the best American lines we get SIZE, TEMPERAMENT and that SUPERB WILD CAT look! The maine coon breed has genetic concerns with HCM, PKD, HD, and SMA, and the newly discovered PK-Def. We are a closed cattery not open to casual visits, but we work very hard to ensure you will get a Maine Coon kitten that is well socialized, well cared for and loved, for you to enjoy a lifetime. We invite you to contact us with any concerns or questions about these big beautiful Maine Coon Cats. We will be happy to talk with you.
We are happy to share with you just a sliver of the testimonials that come to us daily about our amazing forever homes.
I wanted to tell you that Grimm has more love in his little heart than any cat I have ever had. I must agree with you, so far, that Maine Coons have such big personalities. Although I love my ragdoll, Grimm has made him look dull and lacking in personality. Grimm wakes me up every morning at 6 am with kisses and loves. Although, this is a little early, It brings a smile to my face and how better to start a day. Thank you so much for Grimm. I hope when I am ready for another Maine coon, you are still breeding. I would love a little ginger someday. The kittens on your site right now are so adorable. - Chris
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Our kittens all get the best start from birth. Handled immediatly and given lots of love and affection from a busy family with 5 kids, 2 parents and 2 dogs as well as other cats to socialize with them.
One of the most loved cats in the United States the Maine Coon, otherwise known as The Gentle Giant, is #2 of the top 10 household cats of 2010!
Unfortunately, some people are naive to this trait and believe it to be a severe deformity. Leaving a lot of room for discussion for and against the poly's continued trait.
Colorado Department of Agriculture Inspected & State License PACFA Approved Cattery 2014!