Our kittens come with a 5 Generation TICA Pedigree
Our Maine Coon cats have Championship lines from Russia and the Ukraine
We have carefully selected cats that have an exceptional Maine Coon breed standard. We have taken into consideration health, temperament, and cats that when paired together will produce beautiful colors and patterns.
* Click on each cats photo to see a larger picture and their respective pedigree names
Our cats are champions in the show ring
We have two male Maine Coons, Zeus and Shere Khan. Zeus is a blue harlequin and he comes to us from the Ukraine. Zeus has a mother that was a WCF Champion and a Grandfather that was crowned WCF International Champion. Shere Khan is a black smoke Maine Coon and he comes to us from Russia. Both of Shere Khan's grandparents were WCF International Champions.
We have four female Maine Coons, Ariel, Aurora, Bridget and Venus. Ariel is a tortie with white (calico) and she comes to us from the Ukraine. Aurora is our blue queen and she comes to us from Russia. Bridget is our classic tabby and she also comes from Russia. Venus is our cream silver chinchilla from Russia. Our queens are ACFA Champions and have WCF Champions and International Champions in their pedigrees.
Bridget Jones Erichaus of Zeus Pride - ACFA Double Champion
Ben Affleck Erichaus - WCF Grand International Champion
Aurora Blue Ridge of Zeus Pride - ACFA Champion
Best Main Coon Kitten and Best of Color - Venus 7 months old
All of our adult cats are tested at UC Davis Genetics Laboratory to assure they are in the best possible health for breeding.
We follow the recommendations of NC State Veterinary Hospital when breeding our cats to optimize the health of the kittens.
There is still much debate regarding the efficacy of some genetic testing. If you are interested in testing your kitten prior to purchase please let us know what type of test you want performed and we will quote you the cost of the testing
(the prospective buyer assumes the cost of testing the kitten).
All tests must be requested two weeks prior to the expected date of delivery).
Additional reading about HCM and genetic testinging can be found here:
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