I retired from the Greenville Humane Society after 17 years. This allowed me to be able to focus all of my energy and attention on family, friends and my passion for Maine Coons. I have always had a love for animals and they are a very large part of my life. I cannot remember a time since childhood when I did not have a pet of one form or another.
My husband and I decided to take our love for cats one step further in 2013 and after much research, chose the Maine Coon breed and that is a decision we have never regretted. What a wonderful breed in personality and in our opinion, nothing can compare to their beauty. Our goal is to produce strong, healthy beautiful cats with outstanding personalities for the families giving us the honor of raising their next new family member.
In our search for the perfect Maine Coon, we discovered the European lines. We fell instantly in love and knew this was the look we wanted for our cattery. We have spent much time researching Europe's finest catteries and have imported many from Poland, Germany, Russia, Slovakia and Netherlands. We will never be through in our search as we are always learning and improving on what we have. Through the years we have kept the best of the best while still importing outstanding additions in order to improve the health, temperament, beauty and size of these magnificent cats.
We now have two catteries that are built just like homes that are heated and cooled. This is where most of the girls live and raise their babies. we have a nursery that is located inside our home that we bring the kittens into once they are weaned. The boys as you might guess can be sprayers, so we have enclosed outdoor rooms for them to live in. They have fans in the warmer months and heated houses in the winter.
We look forward to meeting new people and sharing our love of Maine Coons with you.
Chad and Rhonda Lund
We also share our home with German Shepherds named DixieAnna and Axel plus a Golden Retriever named Sullivan
Let's not forget Ollie, our Scottish Straight.