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Luxe Kittens Maine Coons - Information and Pedigrees

Our love for Maine Coons began in 2007 when we lived on our 22 acre farm in Issaquah, Washington called Fox Hollow Farm. Over the past 16 years, we have cultivated some incredible lines from across Europe and now specialize in white, black silver shaded, smoke (of all colors), polydactyl kittens with with extreme lynx tips, gorgeous coats, and large sweeping tails. Our Maine Coons have the most incredible personalities and are the perfect family companion! We guarantee the health of our kittens when they leave our home. Should a fatal medical condition arise within the fist six months of life that we determine existed when the kitten was born, we would offer a replacement kitten. WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS FOR ANY REASON! Our cats have been found to be negative by DNA testing of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), Polycystic Kidney Disease, Pyruvate Kinase (PK Deficiency), Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) mutation, and Mucopolysaccharidosis Severe and Mild (MPS VI).

Our kittens are the highest quality of family companions, so although our original adults have a TICA pedigree, we do not register our kittens that we intend to keep for breeding or any of their offspring. We do not sell kittens for competition or showing. We are happy to offer a Facetime/video meet+greet with any kittens you may want to see and when it is time for you to pick up your baby (around 9-11 weeks of age) we can arrange to meet you locally or bring your kitten to most International airports in the US.


According to the Cat Fanciers' Association, Maine Coons are available in a variety of 75 different color combinations.  There are two ways to describe a cat’s appearance. "Color" refers to the actual color, while "pattern" refers to the way those colors display. With Maine Coons, there is an exciting array of solid colors and their dilutions including blue, black, chocolate, cream, red, gray, silver, and all white!! Once you combine color with pattern, you'll see remarkable coats of smoke, shaded, tortoise shell, tabby, and tuxedo, to name a few! 

What is a smoke or shaded cat?

Smoke Color Maine Coons are a solid color cat that carries the inhibitor gene which suppresses the color in the hair shaft. This means that the cat's hairs are dark at the tips but have much lighter colored bands near the bottom. All solid colors can be affected by the inhibitor gene which labels them Smoke plus the underlining solid color.​ The three types of cat coat markings that are in the "shaded" category include: chinchilla, shaded and smoke and each is distinguished by the extent of the shading on individual hairs. In chinchillas, only the very tip of the outer coat is colored. With the shaded pattern, a quarter of the hair tips exhibits the color. In the smoke pattern, half of the hair tips displays the color. As you can imagine, this gives the coat a fascinating ombre effect and looks like liquid motion when the cat is moving.

What about the cat's eye color?

All kittens are born with blue eyes and they usually change to their true color around 8-10 weeks old. Green, gold, orange, brown, blue, and gray are what our cats typically have as adults.






Maine Coon
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