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Pinnacle Maine Coon

Maine Coon of Distinction

About us

Pinnacle Maine Coon is a small cattery in Northern Georgia, a branch of Pinnacle Farm and Kennel.
Owned and operated by Justin and Cheslie Smithey, whose love of purebred dogs has now also grown to include Maine Coon cats. They were attracted to this breed for their puppy-like temperaments, intellect, and regal beauty.

Pinnacle Maine Coon is a cage-free cattery, believing in the socialization of kittens from birth. Kittens are raised in a loving home with lots of interaction to stimulate them positively. All Maine Coons receive expert and routine veterinary care, ensuring they are up to date on all vaccines, microchipped and wormed.

Available Kittens

All kittens are CFA or TICA registered, microchipped, up to date on all wormings and vaccinations and have a healthy general wellness exam by our veterinarian before leaving our home. Contact Justin via email [email protected] or 706-537-6294. Transportation options include meeting at the Atlanta airport for a $100 fee, picking up in person in Sugar Valley, or pet nanny service.



Sire: Tutankhamun
Dam: Jaconda

DOB: 5/28/24
Color: Tortie
Date Available: Now
Price: $2500


About Maine Coon

The Maine Coon Cat is the native American long-haired cat and was first recognized as a specific breed in Maine where it was named the official cat of the state. These cats were held in high regard by the locals for their mousing talents and special competitions were even held to reward the best “Coon Cat.” The Maine Coon cat evolved through nature’s own breeding program developing characteristics by following a “survival of the fittest” evolution. The characteristics all have a purpose or function. Maine Coon cats developed into sturdy, working cats suited to the harsh winters and varied seasons of the Northeast region. The Maine Coon Cat of today is known for a sturdy, rugged appearance, which includes an uneven, shaggy coat of three distinct lengths and a long, well furnished tail. They carry that tail proudly and use it to surround themselves for warmth and protection. A Maine Coon Cat has large, well tufted paws to allow ability to walk on top of snow despite size and weight. Ears are large and well tufted for protection and warmth. Even more than for beauty, Maine Coon Cats are noted for intelligence and kindly disposition. After all, what they couldn’t obtain themselves, they could always get by charming a nearby human. Though their size can be intimidating, they are known for their friendliness towards just about anything and are especially good with children and other pets. For these reasons, they have been dubbed the “Gentle Giant” of the cat fancy and are commonly sought after as family pets, companions, and therapy cats. *Taken from the breed description page of CFA*

We are proudly breeding from the Best European Maine Coon lines and are proudly producing the amazing Polydactyl Maine Coon in many of our litters. All of our breeding cats have the following test completed by UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory.

Maine Coon HCM
Maine Coon Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Blood Group Test
PKD1 & PRA Test
DNA Analysis Certificate
PK Deficiency




“Ismail” Blue ticking with white European import.

Current Females


Fame Dragonfly Oxymoron

“Fame” Silver Torbie European import.


Jaconda Oxymoron

“Jaconda” Black Smoke European import".


Willabelle Baileys Irish Cream

"Bailey" Brown Classic Tabby

Blue Classic Tabby

Willabelle Blue Daisy

"Daisy" Blue Classic Tabby


Past Kittens

Brown Tabby cat sitting on chair with head poking through back of the chair
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase
Blue Tabby cat
Two cats stading at the bottom of a staircase