Often, after suffering from serious illnesses, including infectious diseases, as well as during the postoperative period, the owners face the question of what to feed a thin cat in order… Read More »
Maine Coon Cat Breeders In Europe and United States
We are glad to welcome all fans of the Maine Coon cat breed.
Our website about the Maine Coon breed. A large amount of unique information about the breed, only on our website. How to choose a cattery and a kitten. How not to become a victim of scammers when buying a kitten. List of breeders of the Maine Coon breed. A large list of Maine Coon kittens for sale.
In the section "Maine Coon Kittens For Sale" you can choose and buy a charming kitten.
We would like to draw your attention to the following information: despite the fact that representatives of the breed are giants of the cat world, they feel quite comfortable at home. However, cats are energetic, playful and inquisitive. They love their owner very much, are not ready for his prolonged absence, therefore they do not approach the content of those who are constantly on the move. This is a beautiful cat with impeccable aristocratic appearance and perfect manners.
For a future Maine Coon owner
Responsible Maine Coon breeders will not breed cats that have not been medically
tested for the genetic diseases HCM (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy), SMA (Spiral Muscular Atrophy), PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) and viral diseases. We do not recommend
buying a Maine Coon kitten before 4 months of age.
There is another important reason, why a kitten should be taken home only after three months, is vaccination. The first vaccinations are given to the animal at the age of 8 weeks. Revaccination is carried out after 3-4 weeks + quarantine. That is, a kitten leaving the house later than 4 months should be protected as much as possible from various viruses and infections.
Therefore, in order for a mentally and physically healthy kitten to appear in your house, playful, cheerful, INDEPENDENT and EDUCATED, do not rush to take him away from the cat-mother earlier than in four months age.
Make sure that the breeder you have chosen has his cattery registered with one of the international feline organizations such as: WCF (World Cat Federation), FIFe (Federation Internationale Feline), TICA (The International Cat Association)...
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In cats, inflammation of the oral cavity is common. Generalized inflammation of the entire oral cavity is called stomatitis. There are several possible reasons for its occurrence. It can be… Read More »
Emergencies in cats are various painful conditions that require immediate veterinary attention. Please don’t forget, any delay can cost your pet’s life. And so, the emergency condition of your Maine… Read More »
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Giardiasis in cats is a parasitic disease, the causative agent of which are flagellated protists parasitizing in the small intestine. These organisms can have two types of existence: in the… Read More »
Most mammals are born toothless, and your Maine Coon kitten is no exception. For the first few weeks after birth, kittens can only feed on the milk of the mother… Read More »