Mountain Crest Maine Coons

COMMITED TO RAISING HAPPY + HEALTHY COMPANIONS

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

Mountain Crest Maine Coons

Welcome to Mountain Crest Maine Coons. We are located in Salt Lake City, Utah but our kittens are living all throughout the United States. Our carefully chosen kings and queens come from amazing bloodlines. We pay close attention to pedigrees, genetics & temperaments of our breeding cats. With our goal to give you a loving companion that you can cherish through the years as we have with ours.

We are a small cattery and all of our cats live with us as family. Each litter is raised with so much care and love. We want your new family member to not only be healthy when going home to you but well socialized.

We do DNA, heart + hip testing. All of our cats are negative for FELV / FIV. We are TICA registered and follow their code of ethics. 

We offer pickup in Salt Lake City, Utah area or we can also make personal delivery anywhere in the USA.  

Our Cats

Reservation Process

The only way to get a kitten is to be approved via our application. Once kittens are available, we message everyone on the contact list to let them know when we will open up reservations. 

PAST LITTER (SASHA X HUGH)

PAST LITTER (THEA X HUGH)

PAST LITTER (CHESSIE X HUGH)

Our Mission

We do hip + heart testing on our breeding cats but one of our goals as a cattery is to pay close attention to our inbreeding percentages we are producing. 

Maine coons are a strong breed but purebred species in general – the gene pool can become limited. This leads to things like lower immune, genetic & intelligence problems. 

With the help of Judith Schuliz (MasterWeaver) we have been able to outcross in our cattery. And produce significantly lower COI’s than average. We want our maine coons to be happy, healthy and smart! 

Polydactyl Maine Coons

Both of our boys are polydactyls. Jean is a hemmingway poly & Hans is a pattypaw. This means each litter we have there is a possibility for extra-toed kittens. 🐾

They’re no adverse documented effects of the polydactyl gene. It’s said that 40% of the Maine Coon breed originally was polydactyl – it helped them tread through the snow. They are a little bit more rare now but we love them!

So whether you are a fan of the extra toe beans or not we will have both standard and poly kittens. 

Coming Soon!

Check out our upcoming plans! Expected mid July.

Coming Soon!

Check out our upcoming plans! Expected around August.