Looking for Main Coon cat breeders in Texas to find a new kitten or cat to bring home?
Maine Coons are one of the most popular breeds. They’re one of the biggest domestic cats – both in size and personality – and really are the gentle giants of the cat world.
I’d love to help you find the perfect new addition for your home.
Below, I’ve put together a list of all the Maine Coon breeders I was able to find registered in the state of Texas:
- Maine Coon Cat Breeders in Texas with Kittens and Cats for Sale
- Additional Resources
- Are Maine Coons Good Pets?
- How Much Do Maine Coon Kittens Cost?
- How Much Do Maine Coon Cats Cost?
Maine Coon Cat Breeders in Texas with Kittens and Cats for Sale
|Maine Coons RanchCats Cattery||Central TX||254-716-1356||oriental-siamese-kittens.com|
|Maineflashes Maine Coons||Alvarado, TX||817-296-2299||mainecoonsfromgretta.net|
|Pip And Paws Maine Coon Cattery||Comfort, TX||830-995-4091||pipandpaws.com|
|Psycatics Maine Coons||TX||NA||psycaticsmainecoons.com|
|Aliana Mane Coons||Sugar Land, TX||128-172-51090||alianamainecoons.com|
|Big Tex Coons||Central, TX||254-275-1006||bigtexcoons.com|
Maine Coons RanchCats Cattery
Address – Central TX
Tel – 254-716-1356
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – oriental-siamese-kittens.com
Maineflashes Maine Coons
Address – Alvarado, TX
Tel – 817-296-2299
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – mainecoonsfromgretta.net
Pip And Paws Maine Coon Cattery
Address – Comfort, TX
Tel – 830-995-4091
Contact email – Contact page on website
Website – pipandpaws.com
Psycatics Maine Coons
Address – TX
Tel – NA
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – psycaticsmainecoons.com
Address – Lubbock, TX
Tel – 806-317-0225
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – texcoons.com
Aliana Mane Coons
Address – Sugar Land, TX
Tel – 128-172-51090
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – alianamainecoons.com
Big Tex Coons
Address – Central, TX
Tel – 254-275-1006
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – bigtexcoons.com
If you can’t find a breeder near you or one with an available kitten you’re interested in, you could consider adopting a Maine Coon.
There are always cats in need of homes. Adopting one is one of the most rewarding experiences, and it helps give a cat another chance.
A couple of places I recommend looking are:
Maine Coon Rescue – Adoption listings are subject to change. At the time of writing this, however, there were a bunch of Maine Coon mixes and a couple of Maine Coon’s in need of a new loving home.
Pet Finder – There were also a bunch of Maine Coons in need of a home in Texas on Per Finder.
Are Maine Coons Good Pets?
Maine Coons are different from other cat breeds in many ways, both physically and personality-wise.
Some of their personality traits include:
- Having strong maternal instincts
- Forming strong bonds with family members and other cats
- Being protective over their territory and family
- They are known for being smart and good at problem-solving
The most obvious thing about a Maine Coon is that it’s one of the largest domestic breeds. They can weigh up to 25 lbs fully grown, and stretch out around 1 meter.
That’s a huge cat!
They really are big softies though. They’re great with kids and other pets, especially if you introduce them while they’re young.
Maine Coons are perfect pets because they really care about their owners and love interacting with people.
This means you’ll get endless hours of fun hanging out with your new best friend. Which, while I’m on the topic is why they are often referred to as “the dog of the cat world”.
If you have the space to accommodate a Maine Coon I say go for it. If you don’t have space, I say make space!
How Much Do Maine Coon Kittens Cost?
As with all special, exotic, and pure breeds of cat, the price can vary a lot depending on the history of the cat you’re buying and where from.
Realistically, you can expect to pay around $1,000 for a Maine Coon. Although, this price can keep climbing into the thousands for a pedigree show cat.
How Much Do Maine Coon Cats Cost?
You can expect to pay less for an adult Maine Coon. Reputable breeders often have retired cats for sale that were used for breeding.
Or, you could pick up one from a shelter or cattery as explained above. If you’re rehoming a cat you can expect to pay just a few hundred bucks to cover their costs and make a small donation to cause.
So, is a Maine Coon the right cat for you and your family? I’d love to hear about it if you find the perfect cat – you can also find lists of cats name ideas in the blog if you’re stuck for ideas!
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