Maine coon cattery Kingcoons

WCF and RUI registered.

We and our cats live in the suburbs of Kyiv, in the village of Lysnyky.

The goal of my Maine Coon cattery is to breed purebred Maine Coons. My Maine Coons have not only in the fashionable silver colors but also in the classic black and red marbles. The main focus is not on the number of kittens, but on the health and temperament of the Maine Coons!

The Kingcoons Maine Coon cattery aims to produce healthy Maine Coons free from genetic diseases. All breeding cats are tested for genetic diseases. Matings are planned in advance, and Maine Coon pairs are selected based on predictions of type and possible colors.

My Maine Coons live in Canada, USA, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, France, the Czech Republic, and China. For delivery from Ukraine to other countries, there are trusted couriers and services.

If you are looking for a high-quality Maine Coon cattery, we are here!

Our breeding animals have the opportunity for 24-hour walks in the fresh air, so they have a good appetite, impressive size, and are absolutely healthy.

At the Kingcoons Maine Coon cattery, the cats have separate rooms—houses for living and mating.

Nursing mothers with kittens live with me in the house, where they raise and train the kittens, teaching them to use the litter box and scratching post.

Growing Maine Coon kittens are socialized, living with the family, sleeping on beds, and playing with children.

A crucial factor in the health of my Maine Coons is good nutrition. Adult Maine Coons eat super-premium class food.

Nursing mothers and little Maine Coons also eat dairy products: sour cream, cottage cheese, kefir.

I am an advocate of natural feeding, but understanding that future owners may prefer dry food and canned food, I train the kittens to eat this in advance.

Vaccination is important for the health of Maine Coon kittens. In the first 3 months of life, kittens receive 2 comprehensive vaccinations against rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, panleukopenia, and rabies. These vaccinations give them strong immunity to feline viral diseases.

New owners need to deworm their pets twice a year and give them one vaccination a year to maintain their health. It is simple but very important!

The medical care and services for our Maine Coon cattery are provided by the "Veterinary Clinic of Dr. Velychko."

My Maine Coon kittens are well socialized and well-behaved!

The first Maine Coon cat appeared in my house in 2006, and since then, the debate over who is better—a dog or a cat—has ended. My family has become a fan of this breed because Maine Coons are very friendly, sociable, intelligent, polite, loving, playful, gentle, obedient, and trainable. You could say that a Maine Coon is a dog in a cat’s body. The size of a Maine Coon has also become legendary: there is data that animals from some breed lines weigh up to 15 kg, making the Maine Coon the largest domestic cat in the world.

Maine Coons develop slowly and reach maturity only at 4-5 years old. They are considered the largest cat (weighing up to 15 kg), but typically the average weight of Maine Coons is 5-8 kg for females and 8-12 kg for males.

Maine Coons have a distinctive appearance—large, powerful bodies, high strong legs, a unique coat structure, large ears, lynx-like tufts on the ears, and a long bushy tail. Maine Coons are known for their gentle meowing and soft purring, which contrast with their huge and formidable appearance.

But most importantly, the character of a Maine Coon! Friendly, cheerful, and sociable! Kindness and loyalty are in their blood.

Maine Coons are balanced and affectionate, easily adapting to their owner and living conditions in general, getting along well with children, and coexisting peacefully with dogs and other animals.

We offer the Maine Coon as the ideal pet, one that has won our hearts with love and respect!

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