About Us,

 Home raised mainecoon kittens is dedicated to matching our cats with their perfect homes and educating the public on feline welfare in the US as a whole. We have a commitment to caring for and finding the best adoptive homes for our cats, with a special dedication to those who are deemed “special needs” because of illness, injury, disability, or age. Each year, Home raised mainecoon satisfy over 1000 American homes with healthy and lovable kittens. we have put smiles in American families for our good work.

Home raised mainecoon  is a home based family business that specializes on luxury, purebred cats, and kittens for sale. We have proudly provided U.S homes with furry bundles of love for many years.

We are delighted to choose and bring your new kittens to you and help them  get accustomed to a new family . We are also glad to advise our customers on all matters. The main aim of our company is to take care of our furry friends by matching them with a perfectly loving home. We pride ourselves in finding the best cats for our clients in the most hassle free way possible. Let us help you find your most desired companion!

Our Values

Home raised mainecoon is dedicated to matching our cats with their perfect homes and educating the public on feline welfare in the US as a whole. We have a commitment to caring for and finding the best adoptive homes for our cats, with a special dedication to those who are deemed “special needs” because of illness, injury, disability, or age. Each year, Home raised mainecoon satisfy over 1000 American homes with healthy and loveable kittens. we have put smiles in American families for our good work.

SUMMARY INFORMATION ABOUT MAINE COON KITTENS

The Maine Coon is a large domesticated cat breed. It has a distinctive physical appearance and valuable hunting skills. It is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America, specifically native to the US state of Maine, where it is the official state cat. No records of the Maine Coon’s exact origins and date of introduction to the United States exist, so several competing hypotheses have been suggested, the most credible suggestion being that it is closely related to the Norwegian Forest cat and the Siberian.

 

HEALTH

Pet insurance data obtained from a study during years 2003–2006 in Sweden puts the median lifespan of the Maine Coon at > 12.5 years. 74% lived to 10 years or more and 54% lived to 12.5 years or more.[30] Maine Coons are generally a healthy and hardy breed that is adapted to survive the challenging climate of New England. The most severe threat is feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), the most common heart disease seen in cats, whether purebred or not. In Maine Coons, it is thought to be inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. Middle-aged to older cats and males are thought to be predisposed to the disease. HCM is a progressive disease and can result in heart failure, paralysis of the hind legs due to clot embolization originating in the heart, and sudden death.

A specific mutation that causes HCM, for which testing services are offered, is seen in Maine Coons. Of all the Maine Coons tested for the MyBPC mutation at the Veterinary Cardiac Genetics Lab at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University, approximately one-third tested positive. Not all cats that test positive will have clinical signs of the disease, and some Maine Coon cats with clinical evidence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy test negative for this mutation, strongly suggesting that a second mutation exists in the breed. The HCM prevalence was found to be 10.1% (95% CI 5.8 -14.3% ) in this study. Early growth and nutrition, larger body size, and obesity may be environmental modifiers of genetic predisposition to HCM.

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