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Get the kitten of your dream from our cattery. we breed the best quality Maine Coon Kittens

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It has been over 7 years now we have been breeding the Maine Coon cat breed and it has been an amazing experience. With the help of my family we ensure that all our kittens are well taken care of and receive equal attention and proper health care.

Making the decision to take in one of these kittens into your home is a decision which you’ll forever be happy you made. We see our kittens as part of our family and not just a business. Reason why we screen everyone who is interested to be sure that our kittens will be moving into a new home which will show them all the love, care and attention they deserve.

In the beginning most of the people who got our kittens were mostly family and friends but as time passed we did not only deal locally but gradually expanded across states in the USA. We are always available to help out anyone who got their pups from us or people who already own Maine coon kittens and just need more info on their basic care and feeding.

Name: Molly

Breed : Maine Coon Kitten

Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date

Registered : Yes

One year genetic health guarantee,

Comes With Registration Paper,

And Lifetime breeder support. Contact now for more information.

Status: Available

Name:Jelly

Breed : Maine Coon Kitten

Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date

Registered : Yes

One year genetic health guarantee,

Comes With Registration Paper,

And Lifetime breeder support. Contact now for more information.

Status: Available

Name: Dani

Breed : Maine Coon Kitten

Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Male

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date

Registered : Yes

One year genetic health guarantee,

Comes With Registration Paper,

And Lifetime breeder support. Contact now for more information.

Status: Available

Name:Coily

Breed : Maine Coon Kitten

Age : 10 Weeks Old

Sex : Female

Vaccinations : Up-to-Date

Registered : Yes

One year genetic health guarantee,

Comes With Registration Paper,

And Lifetime breeder support. Contact now for more information.

Status: Available

  • History

    The Maine Coon, as the name implies, hails from Maine, where the breed was known as a popular mouser, farm cat, and ship’s cat, as far back as the early 19th century. They’re a natural breed and little is known of their origins. Some say the Vikings brought them to North America, centuries before Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Others say that they’re the descendants of longhaired cats belonging to Marie Antoinette, sent to America in advance of the doomed queen, who had hoped to escape there. Sea captains may have brought back longhaired cats that then mated with local shorthaired cats. One thing is for sure–the Maine Coon is not the result of a mating between a cat and a raccoon, even if their brown tabby coat and furry ringed tail suggest that biological impossibility. The resemblance is, however, how the cats got the “Coon” part of their name. In fact, Maine Coons who didn’t have the brown tabby coat were called Maine Shags.

    The first published reference to a Maine Coon comes from 1861 and was about a black-and-white cat named Captain Jenks of the Horse Marines. A female Maine Coon was named Best Cat in 1895 at a cat show held in Madison Square Garden. In Boston and New York, the home-grown felines were popular exhibits at cat shows, and when the Cat Fanciers Association was formed in 1908, the fifth cat registered was a Maine Coon named Molly Bond. But the invasion of glamourous Persian and exotic Siamese cats from England around the turn of the century spelled the end of the Maine Coon’s popularity for about five decades. Things took a turn for the better in the 1960s, and the Maine Coon Breeders and Fanciers Association was formed in 1968. Today these big, beautiful cats are among the world’s most popular breeds. But what really counts, of course, is that they are the official state cat of Maine.

  • Size

    This is a large cat. Most Maine Coons weigh 9 to 18 pounds–males are larger–and some tip the scales at 20 or more pounds. They don’t reach their full size until they are three to five years old.

     
  • Personality

    The good-natured and affable Maine Coon adapts well to many lifestyles and personalities. They like being with people and have the habit of following them around, but they aren’t needy. They’re happy to receive attention when you direct it their way, but if you’re busy, they’re satisfied to just supervise your doings. Close a door on them and they will wait patiently for you to realize the error of your ways and let them in. They’re not typically a lap cat, but they do like to be near you.

    They also retain their skill as a mouser. No rodents will be safe in a home where a Maine Coon resides. Even if you don’t have any mice for them to chase, they’ll keep their skills sharp by chasing toys and grabbing them with their big paws. A Maine Coon also enjoys playing fetch and will retrieve small balls, toys, or wadded-up pieces of paper. They can climb as well as any cat but usually prefer to stay on ground level. That’s where their work is, after all. They’re also very smart and will happily learn tricks or play with puzzle toys that challenge their brain.

    Maine Coons usually enjoy a kittenish love of play well into adulthood. Males, especially, are prone to silly behavior. Females are more dignified, but they aren’t above a good game of chase. Not especially vocal, they make any requests in a soft chirp or trill.

Testimonials

I recently purchased a maine coon kitten from my maine coon gift, Rhode Island. He was so nice and helpful in arranging everything. I have a beautiful, healthy kitten that is a wonderful addition to my home. They are honest and made my experience pleasant. ..
BENARD
We got our maine coon kitten from my maine coon gift. He was well taken care of and has been the joy of our life since we got him. Vet checked him out and he is perfect. I would recommend my maine coon gift.
MIKE HUGHES
Sonia, After exploring all breeds of dogs we thought Maine Coon kitten would be a perfect cat for my family. We got in contact with my maine coon gift and they were so nice and took such good care of Sonia until I adopted her. They gave Sonia such a good life when she was with them and they trained her very well. If you’re getting a Maine Coon kitten, I recommend you get it from my maine coon gift!
RACHEL HUDSON
Leo is now 6 months old and is the sweetest cat that you could ever meet. He has grown into his own personality and loves his family as much as we love him. Smart and loving he is great. The family we got him from was awesome. They worked with us all the way until we picked him up. He was healthy and happy from the day we saw him. A great experience from day one, thanks my maine coon gift
OLIVIA DOUGLAS