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Kittens are typically registered through TICA, simply because I show my cats in that particular cat fancy. The cattery is named in honor of my mother, who was from Japan and my first Maine Coon, which was a blue silver mackerel tabby. As I think back even further, my very first cat ever, though not a Maine Coon, was a domestic long haired, solid blue boy, found in a shed.
So my cattery name, is also in honor of my love of blue cats. I strive to breed cats that are within the breed standard, are healthy, happy and hopefully in the dilute color of blue. I do not compromise health and breed standard, simply to achieve color. Therefore you will see cats of a variety of colors. I do the best that I can to ensure you will have a companion that is with you for well into their teens. Obviously, no on can guarantee a lifespan, but as a breeder there are some things I can do to evaluate the health of my cattery.
Hip x-rays are taken and sent to PawPeds to evaluate potential hip dysplasia when age appropriate and age appropriate. Those are loaded directly to PawPeds web by their adminstrators.
Additionally, cats in the breeding program are continually screened by echocardiogram by a board certified veterinary cardiologist to be clear of HCM, every 18 months. Showing my cats helps me maintain my focus on the breed standard. If you find yourself at a TICA show in the area, drop in and say hello.
There are many, many Maine Coon breeders and many more cropping up daily.
Some are doing the right things to ensure the health of their future kittens and preservation of the Maine Coon, which originates in the USA. However, many others are simply importing from any cattery overseas willing to sell them a breeding cat without profound knowlege of the breed health or breed standard. If I can leave you wth one bit of advice as you navigate through your search.
Please take the time to research the breed and the breeder to ensure you received a healthy, life long compantion. Please make sure they do more than DNA testing. It is my recommendation that they DNA test, heart echo and continue to echo every months, even if the cat is retired from breeding, and have all hips screend for hip dysplasia.
Thank you for stopping by my. Since I only have 1 or 2 litters each year, I realize the wait is way too long for many.
I hope you find the information here useful and that you find that purrfect Maine Coon to your family. You can also follow the cats on social media. Photos are often posted on Instagram aoinekomc and on Facebook. Photos on this site cannot be copied or distributed and each photographer maintains all copy rights to their individual work. Thank you for respecting their artwork. This cattery has not been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc.
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