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Kitten info

A Maine Coon cat can live between 16 and 20 years old. This means that you will bond for a long time. If you plan to buy the cat only as a playmate for your children, keep in mind that as children grow up, they may lose interest in the animal and the job may stay with you. After a short time, the cute kitten also becomes an adult animal that takes up more space and shows a slightly different being. A pet is always a limitation, so you should clarify in advance who can take care of the cat when you go on vacation. Even a short weekend trip means you need to know that your cat is being treated. Even when you are at home, you need time for your pet. Aside from the time you should spend playing with your cat, you need time to take care of the cat: regular hairdo, occasional baths and possibly claw care. Please do not forget the time required to clean the sleeping area and the feeding area, feeding and visiting the veterinarian. We hope you don't leave them alone all day as the Maine Coon doesn't like to be alone for long. If you have a balcony or a garden it will be necessary to secure them, to avoid accidents, falls or thefts (we are happy to assist you with any advice on this).


Please consider the following when buying an animal:

  • You will take responsibility for our Maine Coon kitten for a long time!

  • You are responsible for what has been entrusted to you throughout your life.


The kitten will be able to leave their mother only after at least 14 week of life with:


  • First vaccine and booster

  • Dewormed

  • Vaccination booklet

  • Pedigree CFF

  • Copies of parental tests and copies of Pedigrees

  • Sales contract

  • Microchip and registration in Anis (only Switzerland)

  • passport and rabies shot (only for foreign countries)

  • Kitten kit



If sold as a pet, they may be spayed early or they must be imperatively sterilized / neutered between 6/7 months with a confirmation of spaying.


For any other information please contact us, we will be happy to answer your questions.


Kittens are sold for breeding only after careful evaluation. We only work with breeders who have joined a international health programs and who pursue our same philosophy.

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