Maine Coon Breeding large, healthy, well socialised
Petclube Kattery "Big Taurus House"
Petclube® Gatos-Gigantes Mainecoon,Bengal,Ragdoll,Exotic Persian & Mini Gato Toycat -(novidade)
Criação Gatos com Certificação IPC Registry
F:(11)98485-4545 whatsapp hc F(11) 96393-1128 Dr Gabriel
Kittens leave at 14 weeks litter trained, wormed, vaccinated, pedigree registered and de-sexed.
" To be Touched by a Maine Coon is to Feel it with Your Heart"
Registered Maine Coon Breeders
We breed for quality not quantity
Kittens sometimes available
Breeding gorgeous massive healthy cats with lots of personality
We are a small cattery and all our cats live indoors with us
Show and pet kittens often availableOne Maine Coon is Never enough!!
We learnt this very fast
Now we breed these gentle giants
so that others can receive the love they giveMaine Coons are large, lounge around, happy, gentle, very intelligent, fun loving felines.
They're often described as the "Golden Retriever" or "Gentle Giant" of the cat world.
It's also widely acknowledged that one is never enough !
We recommend that your Maine Coon be kept indoors, with access to a safe, fully enclosed safe environment.
We believe that cats are like our children and allowing them to roam unsupervised puts them at great risk from dog attacks, snake bites, car accidents and remembering also that some people are just not cat people and can be quite aggressive if they find cats on their property.
There is of course also the fact that the many cat lovers out there would see a beautiful Maine Coon on the street, and thinking they were doing the right thing, simply take it home themselves to love and adore.
All of these and more are purrfect reasons to make sure your cats are safe and sound at all times!
If you would like more information
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Maine Coon Cattery with Maine Coon Kittens for Sale
Many photos of Maine Coon Cats, Kittens, and Breeding Cats Gallery
Maine Coon Health, Genetic Testing, Cattery Tour, Color and Pattern Descriptions, Kitten Rearing, CFA Cattery of Excellence, and Helpful Tips for New Maine Coon Owners.
Largest Domestic Feline!
Maine Coons are considered the largest of the domestic felines. Some neutered males can reach almost 30lbs!
Average size varies for a male from 15-24lbs, but also larger than average is often the case.
Females although smaller than the males, can often get as large ast 16-17lbs, but taking longer to reach that adult size.
The males seem to grow and quick rates and even yearlings are in the double digits, with adult size generally being reached at around 5 years old.
Considered the Gentle Giants of the cat world, Maine Coons are gentle, and doglike in nature.
They much prefer to be where the action is, and if you have small children expect your PetclubeCoon to be right in the mix!
As seen on You Tube, below is a sample of our PetclubCoon Maine Coons in video!
Where did Maine Coons come from?
Although of unknown origin, Maine Coons were found as barnyard cats in Northeast USA, hence the name Maine Coon.
The Coon part comes from the chirping sound similar to a raccoons voice, and their love of water.
Also typical of a Raccoon, although breeding between cats and raccoons is genetically impossible.
Maine Coons are impressive with those gorgeous tips on the ears, rumored to have come from crossing with the North American Lynx, resulting in Lynx Tips!
And with tufts of hair between the toes, adapting them to a climate befitting this rugged cat that can walk on snow.
At Petclubcoons we strive for that wild rugged look in our kittens and cats!
big brown tabby maine coon male stud cat
maine coon poly toed kitten showing off big feet
Maine Coon Poly Toe!
What about those toes! Where did they get all those toes?
The Poly Gene which produces the multi toed foot is in many breeds of cats including Maine Coons and non-pedigreed cats.
We here at Petclubcoons love the Poly Toes, and know many of you also love these big snow shoe feet!
They pose no health concerns, other than a claw that may need to be trimmed more often.