There are no kittens available from Milan & Bella's litter.
Even though I have always had cats in my life I always wanted to have Maine Coons. I began my journey with this phenomenal breed in 2018, Health and well-being of our cats are important. We test parents for HCM,PDK, Pkdef and Sma. These are inherited genetics that are the most common health issues with the Maine coon.
Our kittens will have all vaccinations and are litter trained, wormed and neutered prior to leaving
We are expecting litters in December and January.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me
Our cats are imported with the European look. our breeding pairs are tested for genes that are known to affect the Maine Coon HCM, stands for Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and is most often caused by abnormal genes in the heart muscle. These genes cause the walls of the heart chamber (left ventricle) to contract harder and become thicker than normal. The thickened walls become stiff.
SMA, Spinal Muscular Atrophy
PKD1, Polycystic Kidney Disease
PK Deficiency, Erythrocyte Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency
Maine Coons are unique! They are often compared to dogs. It’s true, they are smart and can be trained to do some tricks. Unlike most cats they enjoy their person’s company and don’t like to be left alone for long periods. They like to do whatever you are doing. I have a couple that even have a sweet tooth!
Kittens from our home are health guaranteed for replacement for any major illness for one full year. All kittens leave with free 30 day health insurance from Trupanion! Some restrictions apply, please see their website for details. Our cat’s families are always welcome to ask questions at any time!
We are a closed Cattery. Our cats and kittens live in our home under foot. We will always share photos and videos, FaceTime but we will not be offering home visits. This is for the safety/stress to our cats, our family and privacy of our home.
We guarantee the health of the kitten for any genetic disorder for one year
We offer a payment plan on kittens if needed. Please contact for more information
FullCircle is located where the beautiful gentle giant started. We have incorporated the European lynx look and brought these cats home. FullCircle
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No purebred cat is “just a pet”.
Behind every purebred cat is a BREEDER. I’m using capital letters to differentiate a breeder from a pet factory or kitty mill. A reputable breeder does not breed cats without a legit pedigree, which does not protect the integrity of the breed. No, I will not give you a kitten for cheaper without a pedigree! Pedigrees are records of the lineage that document bloodline and allow one to research any possible health issues present in the bloodline. When you tell a Breeder you don’t care about the pedigree, what you’re really telling them is that you couldn’t care less about the health of the cat. To me, that shows you just want the cheapest pretty cat you can find. When you decide to buy a cat from a reputable and quality breeder, this breeder is responsible for the health of every cat; both cats owned and every cat they’ve sold.
When you tell a Breeder you don't need the pedigree, what you're really telling them is that you don't have respect for all the Breeder's hard work and sacrifice. This breeder will skip holidays, miss sleeping, spend savings, and most of their personal house space has been turned into the best living space for their cats. The truly passionate breeder who loves what they breed, puts their whole heart and soul into it. Not only in their kittens that are sold, but also in each client who owns a piece of their heart and is now a member of their extended family. This does not take into account any kitten/cat who might get sick or need extra help to thrive. Breeders worry about their babies after they leave and will take one back whenever necessary without question.
A passionate breeder will get their hands dirty, often covered in everything accompanied with birthing. Because that’s what this life is about. In the middle of birth and death is life. The wheel that keeps turning. A breeder pays for general tests, blood tests, DNA tests, echos, x-rays/scans, analysis, emergency c sections, CPR, vaccinations, registering litters, applying pedigrees, deworming, microchipping, evaluations by specialists as well as neuter/spay before leaving their home. These procedures are done on all of the kittens and parents at some point.
A Breeder is a second mother when a bio mom fusses oversupplying necessary food and supplements for the newborn. Babies need constant nourishment from day 1 until the day they go home to their new families. For this long duration, kittens are fed special kitten formula, high-quality kitten foods, and proteins. A Mother's love always surpasses the amount of money she spends on nourishment for her babies.
Last but by no means least, a breeder chooses the family blessed enough to spend their life with one of their kittens. Yes, you read that right. A true breeder CHOOSES who they sell/give their babies to because they are not making money off the sale. There is no compensation that can offset the investment a Breeder has made so they need to be confident it's the right fit. Every time. Many times saying no more than saying yes. A good Breeder will have different criteria for those wanting to carry on their bloodline. Why? Because breeding is not a responsibility to ever be taken lightly, it’s a lifestyle choice set aside for ONLY a few devoted people willing to sacrifice.
Because a cat is never “just a pet” it’s the Breeder’s legacy, a little boy’s best friend, a little girl's protector, an elderly person's therapy, a member of the family, someone’s whole world!
~A tribute to reputable Breeders who have also become my friends throughout these years. Thank you for everything you do.
All kittens will have all vaccinations and be wormed, litter trained and neutered prior to leaving.
Maine Coons mature slower than other cats and aren’t fully mature until four years old. For this reason we release the kittens at 14 weeks old so that it has that bonding time with mother and recuperates from being neutered.
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.
For our cats best interest we operate a closed cattery as our cats are raised with us. We are happy to send pictures and videos