Maine Coon Royalty is a small TICA registered family run Maine Coon cattery. Our size allows us to keep our pets cage-free which helps our little bundles of joy with their growth and socialization. We are a closed cattery, which means that we do not allow visitors in our home. This is for the health of your kitten as well as all others. We specialize in purebred, European Maine Coon kittens line. Our Royal Family and their kittens have more of a classic European features that produce an exotic appearance. In our European lines, you may see larger ears with longer ear tufts, high cheekbones, and longer bushy tails.
This cattery has not been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc
Are you in search of adorable Maine kittens? Look no further! We have a wonderful selection of Maine Coon kittens available for adoption.
Maine Coons are renowned for their majestic appearance, gentle nature, and playful personalities. Our kittens are raised in a loving and nurturing environment, ensuring they are well-socialized and ready to become cherished members of your family.
Each kitten has received proper veterinary care, including vaccinations and regular check-ups, to ensure their health and well-being. We take pride in breeding healthy and happy Maine Coon kittens, and we are committed to providing them with the best start in life.
Our Maine kittens come in a variety of colors and patterns, each with their own unique charm. Whether you prefer a classic tabby, a striking tortoiseshell, stunning silver, or red/orange maine coon, we have a kitten that will steal your heart.
To make the adoption process as smooth as possible, we offer comprehensive support and guidance. We are available to answer any questions you may have and provide advice on caring for your new furry friend.
If you are ready to welcome a Maine Coon kitten into your home, don't hesitate to contact us. We are excited to help you find the perfect addition to your family. Reserve your Maine kitten today and experience the joy and companionship that these remarkable cats bring.
The Maine Coon is one of the largest domesticated cats. It has a distinctive physical appearance and valuable hunting skills. The breed was popular in cat shows in the late 19th century, but its existence became threatened when long-haired breeds from overseas were introduced in the early 20th century.
The ancestral origins of the Maine Coon are unknown. Some speculate that they are descended from Norwegian forest cats or Siberian forest cats, which may have been brought to New England by settlers.
There are also folk tales around their origin. One story involves Marie Antoinette, the Queen of France. The story goes that Marie Antoinette attempted to escape France and loaded ship with her most prized possessions, including six of her favorite Turkish Angora or possibly Siberian cats. Although she did not make it to the United States, all of her pets managed to reach the shore of Wiscasset, Maine, safely, where they bred with other short-haired breeds and developed into the modern breed of the Maine Coon.
Another story claims the Maine Coon developed through the cross-breeding of cats with actual raccoons, explaining the similarities in tail appearance. This is, however, scientifically impossible as the cat and raccoon are different species and cannot interbreed.
Maine Coons are known as the "gentle giants" and possess above-average intelligence, making them relatively easy to train. They are known for being loyal to their family and cautious—but not mean—around strangers, but are independent and not clingy. The Maine Coon is generally not known for being a "lap cat," but their gentle disposition makes the breed relaxed around dogs, other cats, and children. Many Maine Coons have a fascination with water and some speculate that this personality trait comes from their ancestors, who were aboard ships for much of their lives. Maine Coons are also well known for being very vocal cats. They are known for their frequent yowling or howling, trilling, chirping, and making other loud vocalizations.
In our Maine Coon cattery, Royal babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your Royal Maine Coon Kitten today. Feel free to contact us, with any questions you may have.