Carstutz Cattery Maine Coons

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Ch. Carstutz Arthur Pendragon


TGCh. Carstutz Casear

#1 - Best Black (Brown) Mackerel Tabby with White Maine Coon

In the GREAT LAKES REGION for 2007-2008!!

Last Updated October 15, 2016

!!We have kittens!!

Introducing Ch. Carstutz Aurora Borealis “Rory” Blue Silver Patched Classic Tabby, 7 mths old – our newest girl with big boning and great paintbrush ear tipping!

At CCA Toronto Cat Show – she finalled in 8 of 9 rings

earning 3rd BEST KITTEN AT SHOW!!


Also introducing Ch. Carstutz Bronwyn Copper-eyed Solid White girl 11 mths old – another new girl in our breeding program. She has lovely long ear tipping and good size, and will succeed her mother now-retired Galadriel in producing our future litters with white kittens!

At CCA Toronto Cat Show – she earned 5th BEST LONGHAIRED CAT and obtained her championship at her first show!

Welcome to Carstutz Cattery! We live in Brighton, Ontario CANADA and are avid animal lovers. Over the past six years, we have enjoyed renewing our love of Maine Coons (having bred them 20 years ago), and are breeding and showing our cats in a wide array of colours (we tend to specialise in smokes and cameos and dilutes). We specialise in breeding cats of great temperament, health and longevity, with a focus on the more feral looking cats. Our breeding cats have only one litter per year, and the kittens are raised underfoot in a loving environment, from birth until they leave our home after vaccination and a full-check up by by our vet. Our cats are never caged and share our home with us.

As stated, we work with the rarer colours. Given that we only breed our cats once every year, if you are not willing to wait for a specific colour, or we don't predict having a kitten that matches your needs in the near future, we are happy to refer you on to another reputable breeder that we work with – just let us know your particular needs. Please make sure you do your homework when it comes to searching for a kitten – these animals are wonderful additions to families/homes, but there are intrinsic health issues with this breed, and reputable breeders should and will be able to answer all questions on the health issues of their kittens/cats.

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Carstutz Cattery - Males

Carstutz Cattery - Females


Plans & Links


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Reg. Winner & SGrCh Raincoast Pacific Storm “Tuffy” X

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Contact Information and Email:

If you are interested in a kitten, please drop us an email and I will keep you on file for future litters. Please note that if you contact us about a kitten, we would appreciate a detailed request, complete with you name and address (what area of the world you live in), history of cat ownership (including cats you currently own and where they came from (e.g. shelter rescue, purebred from a breeder, etc.), an idea of what the cat's living arrangements will be, contact information of a regular vet, and details of how he will be raised/treated as a member of your family. These kittens are not a commodity to us, they are bred to become members of your family (some for Show/Breeding), to allow you to enjoy for many years the same joy we find in owning these wonderful cats. Some courtesy is telling us about yourself, history of ownership, and honest plans for the cat including living environments and medical support, would be greatly appreciated and would go a long way to having your request considered seriously.


Many thanks.

W. Carmichael or F. Amstutz
101 Sanford St POB
Brighton Ontario K0K1H0 CANADA


(613) 475-9500

Description of the Maine Coon Cat

The Maine Coon Cat is the largest of the domestic cats, and is an intelligent, robust breed native to New England in the United States. It is often referred to as the gentle giant of the cat fancy. It is theorized that the breed evolved from Norwegian Forest Cats left behind in North America by the Vikings.

The Maine Coon is a large semi-long-haired cat with a shaggy coat, large ears, and an extremely long and full tail. This is long-haired breed requires little grooming outside of a weekly combing. Their body is rectangular and they have hair between their paws. Maine Coons are very slow to mature, not reaching full growth until 3 to 5 years. The average weight for males, at maturity, is 15-22 pounds. The average weight for females, at maturity, is 8-14 pounds.


Generally, Maine Coons are inquisitive, laid-back, affectionate, and a delight to be around. They are very dog-like in that they like to follow you around the house. They enjoy your company and always like to be the center of attention. Many Maine Coons are talkative and many like to chirp. The Maine Coons are a family cat that get along well with children and other pets, including dogs. The Maine Coon is a very interactive cat, and will be a welcome member of the family. The coat comes in many colors except color point, as in the Siamese.


Male and female kittens come in the following colours:

Brown (Black) and Blue Tabbies w/ and w/o White

Silver and Blue-Silver Tabbies w/ and w/o White

Black, Blue, Red and Cream solids w/ and w/o White (including Bi-Colours)

White – Solid

Black or Blue Smoke w/ and w/o White

Cameos, Shaded Cameos, of various Red shades w/ and w/o White


Females also come in:

Brown (Black), Blue Patched Tabbies (Torbies) w/ and w/o White

Silver, and Blue-Silver Patched Tabbies (Torbies) w/ and w/o White

Tortie and Blue-Cream Tortie Smokes w/ and w/o White (Calicos)

Tortie (red-black), Blue Cream Tortie Solids w/ and w/o White (Calicos