Our Maine Coon Cats - Males
LA IW SGC CascadeMtn Deschutes - "Trout"
Deshutes is now retired
For the 2008/2009 Show Season Deschutes is:
TICA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cascademtn Deschutes, our beautiful blue stud male, has completed all the requirements for, and been awarded, TICA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
TICA’s 15th Best Cat – Northwest Region
TICA’s 3rd Best Maine Coon Cat – Northwest Region
For the 2007/2008 Show Season Deschutes is:
TICA’s 8th Best Kitten - Internationally
TICA’s 2nd Best Kitten - Northwest Region
TICA’s 3rd Best Maine Coon Kitten - Internationally
TICA’s Best Maine Coon Kitten – Northwest Region
TICA’s Ninth Best Cat of the Year – Northwest Region
Deschutes is a blue mackerel tabby male with wonderful warm coloring and a fawn patina to his pattern. He has very large upright correctly placed ears and wonderful gold brown eyes with a ring of green around the iris. His expression is intelligent and compelling. He has a large square muzzle with length but his chin lacks the fullness of his brother McKenzie. His long body is firm and muscular with heavy boning and dense weight.
HCM DNA Status: Negative (both of Deschute’s parents have tested negative.)
Heart: Normal and Healthy. Screened via Doppler ultrasound in April 2008
Heart: OSU Cardiology, Screened by board certified veterinary cardiologist Dr. David Sisson DACVIM in April 2009. The heart is normal and healthy.
Heart: Screened by Board Certified Veterinary Cardiologist Jerry Woodfield, DVM Diplomate ACVIM in November2011. His heart is normal and healthy. This is his third screening.
Heart: Screened by Board Certified Veterinary Cardiologist Joao Orvalho, DVM Diplomate ACVIM in June 2016. His heart is normal and healthy. This is his fourth screening.
Hips: Good at 1 year of age – screened and found free of hip dsyplasia
Hips: Good at 3 years of age – screened and found free of hip dsyplasia January 2010
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Photo by Chanan
||This guy loves to wrestle with the other cats and play with toys, but he will snuggle on your lap to have his chin and ears rubbed while he loudly purrs. He is more likely to be found nearby than his more independent brother, Rocket.
Photo by Chanan
Deschutes as a baby kitten, far right