The goal of our cattery is to raise healthy and
socialised Maine Coon kittens and to place them
with forever homes where they get the live they
deserve. That is why we think it is important to
inform you about our policy. This is not to
scare anyone, but to make our expectations known
and to make known what future Maine Coon owners
can expect from us.
Our cats have a big part of the house available and
are raised in a social environment;
The kittens will move to their forever home when
they are at least 13 weeks old. Health is most
Our kittens are up to date on their shots,
microchipped and dewormed when they move. Off
course they will move with a (European)
petpassport, pedigree from Limbra Cat Club and the
new owners will receive a bag of kitten goodies;
We sell our kittens with a contract. The contract
says (amongst other things) that the cat is not
allowed outside (unless in a fenced garden or on a
leash), if the cat may be used for breding and
that the cat may never be declawed!;
If you want to buy a kitten for future breeding, a
different price will be charged compared to the
pet price. Please contact us for more information;
We always plan on bringing the kitten to the new
forever home. We think it is important to see
where the kitten will live. If, for whatever
reason, the situation the kitten will live in is
different (worse) as told, we will take the kitten
back home without any refund of the deposit;
We would like future kitten owners to visit us!
That way we can get to know the people, they can
get to know us and our cats. We think it is
important that the new owners have a connection
with the kitten;
We expect the new owners to do everything in their
power to give the kitten the great life it
deserves, make sure it is (and stays) healthy and
up to date on shots;
We would like to stay in contact with the new
owners. We appreciate it a lot if the new owners
keep us updated on the life of the kittens we
raised for the first weeks of their lives as they
are (and always will be) our babies.
Our cats are
tested on genetic deseases:.
In Amerika they are
tested for: HCM, PKD,
PKDef and PRA (all DNA) and FIV/FelV.
Netherlands they are tested for:
FIV/FelV, HCM and PKD (echo), PKDef, SMA and PRA (DNA).
All of our cats are off course up to date on
Maine Coons are one of
the largest cat breeds. However, no breeder can give
any guarantee on how big a kitten will get! Therefor
we will not say our kittens will be big! We do not
give any guarantee on big cats. Some breeders sell
"XXL Maine Coons". To us, that is just a bad
salestalk and we do not agree with this.
think the health of a kitten is way more important
than the size of a kitten. The bigger the cat, the
bigger the risk on health issues.