Maine Coon Cat Personality

Maine Coons are known for being friendly, affectionate and goofy – they’re not only huge in size but also huge in personality. Much like a dog, the Maine Coon loves to be around its family and sometimes acts like a pack animal. They are obedient and will come when called. They also love to greet guests, who will be surprised at the sociable nature of the Maine Coon.

Grooming & Care

Maine Coon cats are well known for having long, luscious, thick coats of hair. Their long fur doesn’t just look impressive though. Instead, it also has a very practical use too, since the dense thick fur keeps them warm. Maine Coon grooming is not limited to brushing their thick dense fur, which should be done 2-3 times a week to help prevent tangles and matting. Owners must also maintain their Maine Coons oral hygiene by brushing their cat’s teeth regularly. Claws should be trimmed, especially indoor Maine Coon cats. Bathing helps remove dirt and loosen dead fur.


Our kittens are much more regarded as part of the family or fur kids! We are not in support of back yard breeding. We breed and raise our kittens in a home environment with lots of care, love and attention and cages/kennels are not used. Moms and babies upstairs with us and our kennel is sited in the basement. We also have 6 large separated rooms which gives our kittens a lot of space to run around, feel free and play with each other likewise, in the back of the house is an enclosed deck for the dogs. We normally sell our kittens at three months of age accompanied with a certificate of good health. We register and sell our pet/companion kittens on a Non-breeding contract that is we only sell to homes that will not at a later time breed our pets for any reason without our approval.