We have had a litter of Maine coon kittens to our family pets. Both parents live with us and can be seen. The kittens will become big cats used to kids, dogs and all household noises. They are kept indoors only but will have their first vaccine before they go from 10 weeks onwards.
We still have left:
A tortoise shell girl,
A cream boy
A cream and white boy
A tabby girl
All healthy and bonny kittens. They are just starting to walk and wean now. To loving homes only.
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Maine Coons can grow until they are about four years old, and their enormous size makes them really popular. Besides that, Maine Coon cats and kittens make really good family pets. Here are five reasons why Maine Coons make ideal pets for families.
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There is something captivating with the Maine Coon, with its massive size, shaggy fur, tapered ears, and bushy tail. In fact, this is one of the most beloved of all cat breeds—it was declared as an official state cat of Maine, hence the name.
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There is a reason why there’s no shortage of Maine Coon for sale ads. The popularity of this massive cat can be explained by its charming and affectionate ways. That and the fact it’s considered the dog of the cat world because of its canine-like attributes.