Looking for Maine Coon cat breeders in Kentucky? You’ve landed on the right page!
I know how difficult it can be to find a reputable breeder for a specific breed of cat. This is why I’ve done the work for you and put together this listing of the top Maine Coon breeders in Kentucky.
I have to admit I’m envious, I love looking for new kittens – good luck!
- Maine Coon Cat Breeders in Kentucky With Kittens and Cats for Sale
- What Are Maine Coons Like as Pets?
- How Much Does a Maine Coon Kitten Cost?
- How Much Does a Maine Coon Cat Cost?
- TICA and CFA Certifications
- Caring for Your Maine Coon
Maine Coon Cat Breeders in Kentucky With Kittens and Cats for Sale
|Cumbercoon Cattery||Harrodsburg, KY||615-746-6811||cumbercoon.com|
|Kentucky WildCoons Cattery||Lovely, KY||606-626-7566||kentuckywildcoonscattery.com|
|Forest Edge Maine Coons||Central Kentucky||NA||Facebook Page|
|Koontucky Maine Coons||Louisville, KY||NA||koontucky.com|
|MacLan’s Maine Coon Cattery||Stanford, KY||606-669-3932||maclansmcc.wixsite.com|
|Kellys Kittens||South of Lexington, KY||859-881-8333||kellyskittens.com|
|Purrrfect Spot Cattery||Greensburg, KY||270-932-1266||purrrfectspotcattery.com|
|Koontopia Maine Coon Cattery||Lexington, KY||NA||ky-koontopia.tripod.com|
Address – Harrodsburg, KY
Phone – 615-746-6811
Website – http://cumbercoon.com/
Kentucky WildCoons Cattery
Address – Lovely, KY
Phone – 606-626-7566
Forest Edge Maine Coons
Address – Central Kentucky
Phone – NA
Website – Facebook Page
Koontucky Maine Coons
Address – Louisville, KY
Phone – NA
Website – https://www.koontucky.com/
MacLan’s Maine Coon Cattery
Address – Stanford, KY
Phone – 606-669-3932
Website – https://maclansmcc.wixsite.com/
Address – South of Lexington, KY
Phone – 859-881-8333
Website – http://www.kellyskittens.com/
Purrrfect Spot Cattery
Address – Greensburg, KY
Phone – 270-932-1266
Website – https://www.purrrfectspotcattery.com/
Koontopia Maine Coon Cattery
Address – Lexington, KY
Phone – NA
Website – https://ky-koontopia.tripod.com/
What Are Maine Coons Like as Pets?
Maine Coons are known for fitting in with families of any size, kids and pets included. These gentle giants love social interactions, they’re cuddly, friendly, and a lot of fun.
Some of the key characteristics of Maine Coons are:
Size – Maine Coons are famous for being one of the largest domestic cat breeds, and holding the record for the largest cat. On average, male Maine Coons are around 13-18 lbs, and females are 8-12 lbs.
Loving – They are huge, there is no mistaking that. But they are also known as ‘gentle giants’ because they’re so soft and playful.
Chatty – Be warned, most Maine Coons enjoy a conversation. They’ll let you know when they want feeding – which can be often – when they want to be let out, etc.
Curious – Curious, mischievous, whatever you want to call it, Maine Coons will explore, hunt, and get themselves into trouble at times.
Fun – Best of all, they’re loads of fun. From playing for hours to fussing them on your lap, it’s always fun seeing and interacting with these gentle giants.
How Much Does a Maine Coon Kitten Cost?
We have to keep budgets in mind when looking for exotic breeds. Maine Coons are generally not that rare or expensive, you can find most in the ballpark of $500-$1,500.
This can go up thousands for the rarer colors and kittens with a pedigree background, or course. It’s something to discuss with a breeder when you make contact with them.
How Much Does a Maine Coon Cat Cost?
There are plenty of adult Maine Coons in need of a good home. If you want to adopt an adult, it’s often just as rewarding and gives one of these cats a much-needed loving home.
Adults are much less expensive. In fact, you can often adopt Maine Coons for around $100 or so to help cover the shelter’s fees or a small donation to help them keep operating.
TICA and CFA Certifications
You may have seen some breeders saying they are TICA and CFA certified. This is an extra stamp of approval that they registered their cats and are maintaining a high standard.
Here’s what these organizations mean:
The International Cat Association (TICA) is a major player in worldwide cat registries. Founded in 1967, TICA was created as an alternative to the American Cat Fanciers Association (which used mixed breeds to register their cats).
TICA is the world’s largest and oldest association for cat enthusiasts and breeders. It has over fifty years of experience in registering purebred cats from all over the world.
The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) is a non-profit, international organization devoted to the advancement of purebred cats through breeding, showing, and educational programs.
Founded in 1906, it is the largest purebred cat registry in North America. CFA has more than 300 affiliated clubs in North America and has offices on both coasts of the United States.
Caring for Your Maine Coon
There are two main things to consider when adopting a Maine Coon; grooming and exercise.
Maine Coons have a lot of fur. Some more than others, but they’re one of the longer-haired breeds of cat.
You’re going to need to brush your cat at least once a day to stay on top of keeping their coat in tip-top shape.
If you don’t, they will almost certainly get knots or tufts in their fur that usually end up needing to be cut out.
It’s not as much work as it sounds, just keep a brush near their food, and every time you feed them give them a quick brush beforehand.
If you groom Maine coons from kittens, they grow up enjoying it and won’t put up any resistance. In fact, in my experience they really enjoy it.
On the exercise front, these big cats have a lot of energy to burn off. Ideally, they need to be able to roam outdoors where they can climb and hunt.
If that’s not possible, provide as much cat furniture as you can indoors and spend as much time playing with them as you can.
In addition to grooming and exercise, they have the same basic needs as other cats. This being, fresh drinking water, good quality cat food, and the occasional treat.
Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Check out some more Maine Coon breeder listings in; Pennsylvania, Florida, Oregon, Louisiana, Alabama, South Carolina, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Connecticut, Utah, Iowa, Georgia.
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