If you’re looking to make a Maine Coon part of your family, I will give you some information on the breed. That way it will be easier for you to pick out the right one or two that fits in with your lifestyle.
The Maine coon cat has a long, thick, shaggy coat that will require weekly brushing and grooming. Customer demand:
When my family owned an antique store we had to keep up with the local demand.
We saw a number of kittens sold every year over the Memorial Day weekend and decided it was because tourists wanted
a “home souvenir” for their kids back home when going on vacation. The most asked question from our customers: Where can I get one?
The Maine Coon is a large breed of domestic cat originally from the state of Maine in the United States.
As their name suggests, they are widely reputed to have originated from breeder programs involving native-born semi-domesticated North
American raccoons (“coon” being an old English word for “cat”); however, there is no scientific evidence to support this assumption
and it most likely stems from crossbreeding between feral domestic cats with either wild or semi-wild Main Coon or European
Use the Rules below before getting a maine coon kitten for sale
These certificates are extremely important because they prove that vaccines were delivered to the kitten in a timely manner.
Additionally, the certifications also help you validate the pedigree status of the cat, whilst also providing more granular information around the Maine Coon’s genetic quality.
Please note, the Maine Coon price will increase, the more vaccines it has been given.
5. Lilac Or Chocolate Breeds maine coon kitten for sale
Please be aware that lilac and chocolate cats are excluded from the Maine Coon Pedigree breed. If you fall in love with one of these cats, make sure that you are not paying the premium full breed Maine Coon price.
6. Neutered Or Spayed
If you are hoping to breed your Maine Coon, make sure you check that the kitten has not been neutered or spayed!
Check online business reviews to see others’ experiences of the breeder. If the seller offers a low-quality service, you will likely see multiple negative reviews linked to the breeder.
Social Media Presence
Does your breeder have a Facebook Page, or Instagram channel, etc? Do they regularly update their pages, offering advice and tips?
b) Check Breeder Registration
Double-check the breeder’s registration credentials. Don’t just rely on the fact they state they are registered.
Research The Breeder
Most businesses operate online these days, so you can do a little bit of online digging into your potential seller, to check that they are legit before purchasing a Maine Coon.
Look at the following aspects: