Coonhusker Cattery Maine Coon Cats


About Us
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After 27 years of breeding and showing Maine Coon cats, I must finally retire. It is a sad farewell, but I hold dear all the hundreds of families that have loved the Coonhusker Kittens that I produced.  So, Coonhusker Cattery Maine Coons has come to an end.
I can recommend several breeders to you.
Lorelei at:
Alexis at:
Thank you to all who have been a part of this wonderful journey with me.




 Although our cattery is small, we believe in only producing the most socialized, healthy and happy kittens. This takes time and dedication. We have had a couple litters this past year and are expecting more soon.  We are also growing our breeding program with a new female in December 2016.  In the meantime, please feel free to contact me and depending on your geographical location, I can refer you to other terrific breeders. Thanks for your patience and loyalty!!  

Debbi and the Coonhusker Maine Coons



We currently have no kittens available but feel free to email us about upcoming litters! 

Here are some photos of previous litters.  


These guys were a litter of two and we called them Rustler and Wrangler. 

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If you are interested in adopting a kitten from us, please send an email
to, and answer the following questions:

1. Where are you located?

2. How many adults are living in your household?

3. How many children are living in your household?

4. What are their ages?

5. Do you have a gender preference?

6. Do you have a color or pattern preference?

7. Do you presently have any cats?

8. If yes, how many and what breed are they?

9. How old are the cats in your household?

10. Are your cats declawed?

11. Are your cats neutered or spayed?

12. Do you have other pets? What are they?

Our contract does not allow for declawing, unless you receive written consent from me. Our kittens are not allowed outdoors unless strictly supervised. The kitten or cat must not be used for breeding and must be neutered or spayed. Do you have any problems with this?
Thank you!

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