Welcome to MaineCoonections!! We are a small, in home, TICA registered, Maine Coon cattery located in Bismarck, North Dakota. We share our home with these marvelous creatures. Our fur babies live in the house as part of our family. They are raised underfoot and are always around, chatting, chirping, and trilling to us, sharing our live, getting into our things and warming our laps.
We breed Maine Coon kittens because we love everything about the breed, from their beautiful coats to their loving gentle personalities. They are intelligent, loving and are fabulous with children and other pets.
All of our Cats and kittens are pure bred. Our kittens are raised underfoot with our family and well socialized. We abide by the TICA Breeders Code of Ethics.
When they leave us, they have a contract, a vet health check, a microchip, vaccinations and worming as appropriate, litter training, and a whole lot of love. It is also possible that they may be very spoiled. The kittens also leave with a kitten file, pedigree information, feeding regime information, grooming and wellness care advice, and food samples to get them started.
We love to stay in touch with our kittens once they are in their new homes and are always willing to offer support and help with any questions that their new families may have.
Thank you for visiting our site. We hope you enjoy it. Please feel free to contact us for any further information.
Maine Coons are known as gentle giants. They make excellent family pets and enjoy children and other pets. Maine Coons are very sociable and often love to be the center of attention. They make themselves known with the most charming purrs and chirps and trills and are very social and family oriented.
Maine Coons are very sweet loving cats with wonderful personalities. These gentle giants can grow to be very large in size. Females range between 8-12 pounds and males 15 -18 pounds, however, males have been known to reach 20 - 22 pounds.
The Maine Coon is a muscular, solid, medium to large size cat with a wild look. They develop slowly and don't reach their full size and weight until they are three to five years old.
Maine Coons' sweet dispositions and large size have earned them the nickname, Gentle Giants. Once you have experienced ownership of one of these magnificent cats, you too will discover that one is never enough
This cattery has NOT been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc.