Carey "Puppy" and
All of these kittens are reserved. None are available.
John, Paul, George and Ringo leave
for their new homes soon
Please read my blog post,
How to be a Good Kitten Buyer
For more on the terminology of cat colors and
Please read the information in the box below.
We do not keep a waiting
list for kittens. We ask that you check this page
and Facebook for birth
announcements and available kittens, emailing us if you are
interested after a new litter is posted. Since
the demand for Maine Coon kittens is so tremendous, I am now
posting on my website first and Facebook second. Due dates
litters will continue to be posted so prospective kitten
buyers have an idea of when to check the website or email me.
As placing our
kittens into the right home is very important, all
prospective kitten buyers are expected to complete an
application, which we will email to you, prior to approval. Other breeders we work with and previous kitten buyers have
priority. Dracoonfly kittens do not leave for their new homes until they
are at least 12 weeks of age, been spayed or neutered, dewormed and have
had two sets of their kitten vaccinations.
Parents of all kittens have had their hearts
screened by a Board Certified Cardiologist using ultrasound and are presently clear of HCM.
Copies of the heart screenings are provided to kitten
Terminology definitions for
"Reserved" - A
deposit and signed contract have been received for a kitten.
It is NOT available.
Reserved" - Verbal promise. Awaiting receipt of signed
contract and deposit in the mail.
for Show/breeder"- We are waiting to see how this kitten
develops to determine whether or not he/she will be kept or
sold to another breeder.
If not, then the kitten may become available to a pet home.
Please note that we only work with established reputable
breeders we know.
Sharon Space, which chronicles
sharing space with a bunch of cats, dogs, humans and
Pictures pages and see our kittens all grown
up in their new homes