How big do Maine Coons get?
  • Females 12-20lbs
  • Males 15-25lbs
What’s so great about a Maine Coon?

Their size and looks are great, but it’s about their personality. They’re gentle giants. Doglike. Some will even fetch.

What is a Maine Coon cat?

Maine Coon cats are a large, intelligent, and friendly breed native to the state of Maine. They are known for their long, fluffy coast, big paws, pointy ear hair, and friendly dispositions.

Are Maine Coons good pets?

Maine Coons are generally very good pets, especially for families with children. They are affectionate, intelligent, playful, and tend to get along well with other pets and people.

Do Maine Coons shed a lot?

Maine Coons have a thick, fluffy coat that does shed, although not as much as some other long-haired breeds. Regular grooming can help to control shedding and keep your Maine Coon looking and feeling their best.

Do Maine Coons need special care and attention?

Like all pets, Maine Coons need a proper diet, regular exercise, and medical care to stay happy and healthy. They may require more grooming than some other breeds due to their long coats.

How much do they cost?

Female cats start at $1750 and male cats start at $2000. The cost of a Maine Coon kitten can vary depending on pedigree, coloring, etc.

How should I contact you to express interest?

Text Scott at (269) 282-2408 or fill out our contact form in the navigation bar at the top of this page.

How do I join the waitlist?

Text Scott at (269) 282-2408 or fill out our contact form in the navigation bar at the top of this page. There is a $250 deposit required to join the waitlist. The deposit goes to the total cost of the kitten.

How long does the waitlist usually take?

We have kittens throughout the year, but our biggest season is spring. When you enter the waitlist and based on your preferences, you’ll be given an estimated wait time.

I’m on the waitlist but see kittens available to the public. What’s that about?

If you’re on the waitlist, you’ll be contacted with photos of kittens that fit your preferences. You can stay on the list as long as you want and pass as often as you want (as long as you respond promptly). If the waitlist has been satisfied and there’s still kittens remaining, they’ll be made available to the public.

What can I expect when I take my kitten home?

Your new kitten will have their first round of vaccines, had a vet check, and will come with a bag of food to mix with whatever kitten food you want to transfer them to. You can expect a super loving kitten that will grow much too quickly, so be sure to take a lot of photos!

How old will the kitten be when it can go to their forever home?

Kittens usually leave for forever homes at 8-12 weeks, but it really depends on when the momma cat decides she’s done nursing and weans the kittens off.

I still have more questions!

Text Scott at (269) 282-2408 or fill out our contact form in the navigation bar at the top of this page.