All kittens published on this page are not made "available to the public" by default; only to our approved WAITING LIST members.

We do not, and will not, advertise our kittens as available anywhere else - so please be vigilant in case of fraud; as from time to time a new entity pops up pretending to be MetatronEyes Maine Coons outside our official website / facebook / instagram accounts.

On this page we include detailed information about every litter currently under our care, with artistic videos and photographs included. Every kitten is a work of art in our eyes, and not only as breeders, but also as photographers, we want to present them this way - not just as "available kittens" presented as products. 

We believe that in this way, people can fall in love with every "kitten stage" that our babies go through and the unique personalities they each show in the photographs and small films. 

So, we hope that you understand and like this idea of how we do things - if you are truly interested in one of our kittens, please fill out our CONTACT FORM in order to proceed with more information about our waiting list process. 

Check out our PLANS for more information on upcoming Litters.

Also, check out our PREVIOUS LITTERS so you can have an idea what kind of fluffs to expect. 


We have welcomed our very unique Litter T, from a very special mating! After our beautiful Queen RU*Unicum Yara had a year's worth of break from her last litter, we decided that the most suitable male for her would be our King US*MetatronEyes Mango. 

To be honest, we were quite worried with how Yara would be this time during and after labor, because last time (on her first litter) she was quite shocked and would not nurse her babies. We were exactly two weeks sleep deprived due to having to bottle feed the kittens every two hours. Eventually Yara was able to bond with them and took over, but it took her some time. She also had mild mastitis exactly after labor, (which of course we treated immediately) so that could definitely be one of the reasons why she would not nurse.

She is one of our best females and we love her dearly, so we wanted to give her a second chance. 

This time, her labor was smooth with no complications, and she was absolutely a professional. From the very first moment she bonded with her babies and took care of them. She had 8 beautiful babies, unfortunately only 5 survived. 1 of them was stillborn, and the other 2 had fluids in their lungs from birth. We gave a marathon fight for them with no success. It is the sad part of breeding. 

Yara developed again very mild mastitis, so we know if there is a next time we will be treating her some days before labor - based on our vet's recommendation. She has been nursing her kittens and has been a wonderful loving mom, however she didn't have enough milk for everyone, so we were sleep deprived again for some weeks from bottle-feeding. Hehe 

The kittens on the bellow pictures are 2.5 weeks old and have started thriving on their own. Yara remains a fabulous mother and we are very proud of her. 

Mango did also a fantastic job - all kittens have fantastic big muzzles and long profiles like he has, and the cute kind eyes. 




We have welcomed our very first white litter after moving our cattery to USA!! Our joy is beyond describable! We are also thrilled with this combination that our dear friend, and breeding partner Terri Toulze from TTCats made possible, with her handsome stud US*CH Koontyme Flanigan of US*TTCats. 

It simply would not have been possible without her help. We have tried in the past to mate Jettie, but it never was successful. She is an enormous cat and quite the handful too; she growls and is a very temperamental female when in heat, so all our boys (that weren’t related to her) were absolutely frightened to death of her. Jettie is almost 3 years old, and we were always worried about pyometra.
Flan the Man though...he was incredibly brave, weathered the storm, and got the job done immediately - like a true professional! We couldn’t believe it!!
Terri should be very proud to have such stud muffin in your breeding program. He is the most gentle male ever and knew exactly how to handle Jettie. Absolutely the sweetest in personality, and his type - in in our eyes - is perfect. 
He is extremely strong boned as well, with fantastic straight legs. 

We cannot thank Terri enough for her trust, and for her friendship. We needed help, and she was there for us - that is something that truly means the world.

Also, Flanigan arrived here with a full folder with copies of his pedigree, DNA testing, echo screening, etc. - this to us shows professionalism, responsibility, ethicality, and simply the love / will to do the right thing. Not only that, but this also shows great respect towards us. Terri is a fantastic, honest, and ethical breeder. We truly appreciate her not only as an invaluable part of our close breeding circle; but as our friend.

So, dear friends, this is really a teamwork mating and litter. We absolutely cannot wait to see how the babies will develop. One thing is for certain - their personality is already the cuddliest we’ve ever witnessed at this age. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do. 




What an incredible blessing this litter is! As many of you know, we have welcomed our new beautiful silver Queen from Hawaii, Kilaueakoons Makai in our family! Little did we know though, that Makai was hiding something! As you can imagine, it was a great surprise to us and her breeder, Linda of Kokuakats. 

It was a very intense wait once we realized she was pregnant, accompanied by many sleepless nights of monitoring her, since we didn't know when her due date was. Makai, on the January 9th, had a big litter of 7 babies, unfortunately 4 of them were stillborn. So we are extremely thankful after weeks of closely monitoring the babies, that they continued gaining and drinking well. 

So, this is the story of this special mating! We want to thank Linda for entrusting us beautiful Makai, and even if not planned, for this beautiful litter. 

This litter is DNA HCM, PKD N/N. Unfortunately in Hawaii they do not have a certified cardiologist so parents are not echo screened. We will however echo screen for HCM, PKD and x-ray for HD, Makai, once babies are old enough. We apologize for this inconvenience, as our protocol of screening before every mating is followed strictly.