My name is Aniko Vig and I am the owner and guardian of Morwenna Maine Coons. My husband, Jason and I have 2 children, Aiden and Emily. We live near the small town of Westlock, Alberta, Canada (Edmonton area) on an acreage with our Maine Coons and our other pets, big and small. We are absolutely in love with the Maine Coon breed.
We are a small, in-home cattery and I’m mentored by the wonderful Judith Schulz of Masterweaver Maine Coon cattery. Judith has 30+ years of breeding experience of Maine Coons and an immense wealth of knowledge of this wonderful breed. I am forever thankful for her continuous guidance and all her help in setting up my cattery.
Our Maine Coons are never caged, are raised as family members and live harmoniously in our home with us. Of course girls and boys are separated most of the time. They are absolutely crazy about our kids. They love exploring all the nooks and crannies of our home, playing with our dogs, going on leash walks on our acreage and playing fetch. We are planning to add a huge outdoor catio for them this spring so they can enjoy the outdoors safely.
Our cats are not allowed to roam outside without close supervision.
Our goal is to raise healthy and extremely loving and gentle cats who meet the breed standard in type appearance. We don’t breed for size, nor do we breed for the extreme type. Our Maine Coons are well balanced, extremely intelligent and very playful.
We health test our breeding males and females by using DNA testing as well as echocardiogram for HCM, kidney ultrasound for PKD and OFA hip x-rays. We also test for FIV/FeLV. These tests are absolutely necessary to ensure that we can provide you with the healthiest and happiest kittens possible.
Our Maine Coon’s Diet:
Cats are obligate carnivores and need a high protein, moist diet (since cats don’t drink very much). We are avid raw feeders and have been feeding raw over the last 20 years. We strongly feel that well balanced raw food is the best diet for our cats. It makes their coat look luxurious and greatly helps in avoiding urinary stones and urinary tract blockage. There are many different options available to feed raw to your cat from home-made to pre-made frozen for your convenience. We are happy to provide help and guidance to all our kitten/cat families.