MAINE COON KITTENS FOR SALE

Specialize in producing classic tabby colors: Black silver, blue silver, red silver, brown, blue, red, cream and torbies (patch tabbies – all with & without white). In addition, an occasional solid color (black) or more rarely a shaded/smoke color is available. (Especially-black smoke and black smoke torties), some with white.

Adopt a Maine coon

KITTEN PACKAGE

-2 Year Health Guarantee (genetic diseases only)
-Age-appropriate Vaccines and Deworming
-Veterinarian Health Certificate
-Calici Virus IgG Antibody Test
-Herpes Virus IgG Antibody Test
-Feline Panleukopenia IgG Antibody Test
-Felv/Fiv Test
-Rabies Shot
-HCM Heart Scan
-Purebred Pedigree
-Pet passport
-Microchip
-Exceptional after-sales service (questions, advice, etc.)

OUR CATS

Our parent cats are Registered, HCM DNA Negative/Negative Combination Parentage Exclusively, PKD DNA Negative, SMA DNA Negative, FeLV, FIV negative, ringworm and parasite free. Our current breeding stock is from Imported European (FIFe) Top Winning and Producing Genetically Tested Bloodlines.

About Maine Coons

Health

Maine coons have a lifespan of 10–13 years and are typically healthy pets. But, as with all breeds, there are some health issues to be aware of.
“Because of their large stature, Maine coons can develop joint disease such as arthritis or hip dysplasia,” Lenox says. “Maine coons are also predisposed to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), and dental disease can be quite common in this breed.”

Temperament

Don’t let their imposing size fool you—deep down, Maine coons are soft, gentle giants who love to spend time with their humans. They very much expect to be part of the family and aren’t big on personal space or privacy. These cats are delighted at the thought of following you from room to room as you go about your day.

Care

“Maine coons have a heavy, shaggy coat which requires maintenance brushing to ensure it doesn’t get tangled or matted,” says Catherine Lenox, DVM, DACVN, a board certified veterinary nutritionist with Royal Canin. Your Maine coon will need regular, dedicated grooming and will require anywhere from weekly to monthly bathing. Their long coats are usually silky smooth, but when they start to look greasy or stringy, it’s time for a bath. They also require weekly brushing to keep their long hair and undercoat from getting tangled and matted. These cats do shed quite a bit, and regular brushing will also help get rid of loose hairs. Don’t worry—the Maine coon loves any sort of attention it can get, so grooming is usually a pleasant task.

Living Needs

The Maine coon’s first and foremost need is an affectionate, loving family with the time to play and willingness to include this cat in all aspects of day-to-day life. These patient pets are good with kids, dogs, and other cats. Maine coons can be left alone for periods of time, but they won’t be happy about it. Regularly being left alone can make these cats sad and anxious, so they’re best matched with a family that often has at least one or two people home during the day for some company.

Available Maine coon kittens for sale

GANDALF

Black smoke Maine coon

Male

USMAN

Ginger Maine coon

Male

LUCY

Calico Maine coon

Female