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Mokave Jag Cats

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Mokave Jag Kittens

"Your kittens are the best I have looked at and I've been looking for about a year..."

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Dakarai 22lbs.

"Dakarai weighs 22 lbs now... still growing and still a sweetheart.
He's sitting on the legs of my 6' 4" husband. Thank you for such an amazing cat!"

Pet Parent Mary Leone H.   Snohomish, WA


Pet Parent
Dr. Suellen M.   San Anselmo, CA


"What an amazing website! I can't believe it has taken me so long to find you!
Your videos and pictures are spectacular as are the kittens you are producing.

"Zeeba is doing great. She waits for me at the window, greets me
at the front door, flops on her back and offers me her belly for rubs.
Follows me from room to room and sleeps in the crook of my legs or arms."

Mokave Jag Cats
A Rare & Exotic New Breed!

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Mokave (mo - CAW - vee) Jag Cats appeal to people who want a large exotic cat like a bobcat, lynx, Jungle Cat, Ocelot, Asian Leopard Cat, Caracal, or Serval but realize that a wild animal doesn't make a good pet and can be dangerous when mature.

Jag Cats stay good-natured and friendly throughout their long lifespan. They make wonderful pets and are found in households from Anchorage, Alaska to Miami, Florida. Jag Kittens are taught to climb tall cat trees instead of your furniture and come to you litter-trained, house socialized, and weaned to dry cat food.

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My Jag Cat breeding program selects for felines that have a wild look and a gentle temperament. Jag Cats are also bred to desire human attention and make great "little buddies" for individuals of all ages.


Pet Parent
Amy K.   Priest River, ID

"My husband and I already have one of your beautiful cats and we are looking to purchase ANOTHER!! We are so in love with these Mokave Cats! We are very fixated on our cats having an easy-going TEMPERAMENT and being SOCIAL. Our current Mokave cat is ALL that and more! He is so curious and never once have I seen him be skittish or fearful. Gunther just wants to play and be loved!"

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Big Wild-Looking Companion Cats!

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People constantly call me looking for "something different in a cat." Most of them want three things: 1) a larger than average cat; 2) with exotic-looking features; 3) and friendly enough to live in the house with family members. To meet these requirements, I designed a brand new breed called the Mokave Jag Cat, which evolved from my previous experience breeding Bengals, Desert Lynx, Highland Lynx, and Asian Leopard Cat hybrids.

NOTE:  In 2005, the Mokave Jag Cat was officially recognized as a new large cat breed by the Rare & Exotic Feline Registry. Because of their uniqueness, some unreputable breeders have tried to sell their own cats as Jag Cats. However, I am the originator and only breeder of Jag Cats. If your kitten did not come from my Mokave cattery - it is NOT a Jag Cat and will not be recognized by the cat registry association.

Look how HUGE King Pyrr's paws are at ages 3 months, 9 months, and 22 months!

King Pyrr at 3 Months King Pyrr at 9 Months King Pyrr at 22 Months

My cats are a blend of genetic traits designed to bring out the wildest look and largest size, yet stay lovable. It is impossible to determine as young kittens which ones will turn out to be the BIGGEST since full maturity takes about 4 years, but you can see from the photos below of my one and two-year-old youngsters that they can get pretty large!

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Pet Parent
Mary Leone H.   Snohomish, SC

Dakarai 28lbs.

"Dakarai was born in April, 2008. He is 28 lbs. as of December 2009! He is sitting on my 6'4" husband's lap but you can see he stretches the entire length of James' legs!!!"

"Dakarai looks HUGE when James or I hold him, but when someone 5' 7' or so holds him, he looks like a baby tiger!! He loves people."


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Jag Cats - One of the Largest Breeds in the World!

Jag Cats carry a blend of wildcat genes so there is no way to predict which kittens will grow to be the biggest, but all Jag Cats are larger than most domestic cat breeds and some get really HUGE!

Jag Kittens with strong Asian Leopard Cat influence
are usually smaller Jag Cats (up to 18 lbs.) but have the most beautiful coats.

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Kitten Oeric

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3-year-old King Oeric

Jag Kittens with strong bobcat or Jungle Cat influence
are usually the largest and heaviest Jag Cats (up to 28 lbs.) with huge paws.

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Kitten Wolf

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1-year-old King Wolf

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Kitten Puma

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24-pound Puma with 5-year-old Hailee

With their high intelligence, size, dramatic coloring, and great personalities, Mokave Jag Cats are truly one of the rarest, largest and most exotic cats on earth!

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Caring For Mokave Cats

Caring for a Mokave cat is basically no different than caring for a housecat -- except they need even more love and attention! See Kitten Care for specifics on food, litter, bathing, and more.

Mokave Agility Kitten

Volunteering for a Good Cause

"The Mokave kitten shown jumping through this tiger's mouth, along with several other Mokaves, performed agility tricks (such as running through tunnels and walking a tightrope 6 feet off the ground) every hour on the hour during a weekend TICA Cat Show to bring public awareness to the plight of the abandoned pets from Huricane Katrina."

"Over 40 rescued animals were adopted at this and other events at which Mokave cats performed."

Nora Scholin
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Training Your Mokave Jag Cat

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Mokaves are so smart, it's easy to train them. In fact, if you're not careful, they could wind up training you! See Training Jag Cats for more information.


Pet Parent
Irena K.   Ocala, FL

"We love Hugo a lot... He is like a little child for us -- very playful, loving, naughty and just different. Hugo also likes to fetch... he even has his favourite toys. And he is not scared of water like other cats."

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Kid & Pet Friendly

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Mokave's cats love attention! They will run greet you at the door, follow you around your house, teach you to play fetch with them, jump in your shower or pool, sleep on your bed, and really enjoy hanging out with you.

Mokave cats and kittens are FUN to be around! They're like little kids with fur. Each one has its own personality, likes, and dislikes. The more you pay attention to them, the more obvious it is that they really want to communicate with you. These cats are much smarter -- and usually more loving -- than anything you can imagine. You really need to spend time with one to truly understand how different they are from other cats.

To learn how to properly introduce your children and family pets to my Mokaves and for great photos of kids and animals with my cats, click here.

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22-pound King Puma playing with a 3-year-old boy during a cattery tour.


Pet Parent
Brandi W.   Dudley, GA

"Dragon loves everyone and everything... riding in the car - sitting or draped on my shoulders, walking on his leash outside, and even riding the 4-wheeler. My friends have bought litter boxes for their houses cause they don't want me over if I'm not bringing him.

He is so much more than just a pet to me and my daughter, as well as my parents. Dragon is everything you said he would be and so very much more. You did not give me a pet; you gave me a best friend."

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Mokave Prices

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Mokave Jag Cats -- like all things rare and beautiful -- are not cheap;
then again, how does one put a price on 20 years of companionship?

Compare the cost of a Jag Cat to other exotic-looking cat breeds:

Toygers can cost up to $10,000.
F1 Savannahs can run up to $22,000.
The fake Ashera cat was listed for $25,000.

Mokave Jag Cat kittens can cost $5000 or more,
depending upon size and features.

For more information on buying a Jag Cat, click here.

Compare a Jag Cat to a Savannah Cat

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F2 Savannah Cat   <-------  Size Comparison   ------->   Mokave Jag Cat


Pet Parent
Dr. Leanne C.   Clearwater, FL

"I have been checking your website every couple of days... to see how it's going with your other kittens and upcoming litters... as you know I have become a fan. I love looking through the photos of all your beautiful cats and how they've changed as they've grown. I LOVE my two kitties!!! I'm excited to see what the future brings... "

Pet Parent
Susan M.   Ponte Verde Beach, FL

"I have purchased four cats from the Mokave Cats cattery. These animals are our children. They are well mannered, social, and extremely intelligent. I could not imagine not having them in our lives. Mica, Jag, Comanche, and Harley are the focal point for any visitor to our house and any visits to the vet. We actually have people lined up to babysit our 'children' when we are gone on vacation."

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