Maine coon kittens for sale.
Large Big Boned Maine Coons | Cats & Kittens for adoption
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Bob, male maine coon kitten
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Leon; Male Maine coon kitten
About Giant Maine coons
Maine coon kittens have been our companions for over 10years. We have establish an incredible connection with them. These unusually large cats were a regular entrant in cat shows in the 19th century in the United States until long-haired breeds from overseas became more popular, threatening to end the breed all together. Thankfully, this gentle giant made a comeback in the 20th century and has been strong ever since.
What Customers Are Saying
“We just wanted to let you know how much we are loving our 2 precious kittens. They have brought so much joy and laughter into our home. I couldn’t imagine separating these two, after watching how much fun they have playing together. They are growing so fast and have settled into life in our home very nicely. I must agree with you in the fact that your kittens are worth every penny. “
“Thank you so much for my exotic shorthair kitten. I just received him last week and although he’s still a bit shy, he is the cutest thing ever! He’s bonded with my other cats so quickly and just made everything better. I will definitely recommend you to my friends and family!“
Maine coon tips
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Maine Coons are Generally a hard breed, built for enduring cold, harsh winters and are known to be a healthy breed, but there are some hereditary issues that can affect them.
When you buy from a breeder, they should give you a feeding schedule. It’s important to stick to this schedule and feed your kitten the same food. Not following this could lead to your kitten having stomach issue
Behaviour and personality
Maine Coon cats are gentle natured and friendly, which makes them great companions for cat owners.
They’re often playful and curious and remain kitten-like throughout their lives, even as older cats, which makes them an endless source of entertainment.
They love their family but don’t crave attention like other breeds, but that doesn’t in any way mean that they don’t enjoy some lap time, and they will certainly still follow you around the house.
The Maine Coon has a long coat that is heavy and silky to the touch and needs brushing twice a week to remove any loose hair and keep their coat in good condition. If you neglect their brushing, you will find your cat ingests them when they clean themselves, leading to hairballs.
Like many breeds, they will shed more heavily in Spring and Autumn, so you may find you need to brush more regularly at these times.