Adorable European Maine Coon Kittens

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Bluenose Maine Coons


Grooming Maine Coons require regular grooming. A good slicker brush every other day will help discourage matts, and these tend to develop on their back legs, stomachs, and underarms.

You must start grooming from the first week of bringing your cat home. Some kittens may resist grooming, but you must train them to accept it before their long adult coat appears. After a few minutes of grooming, try offering a treat. Anything you can do regularly to make grooming more enjoyable will be highly beneficial in the future. Always end grooming with petting and a treat.

You can use a grooming brush like the one seen on the right. They are available at almost any pet store or big box department store. 


Dental Care

A kitten's baby teeth, also known as milk or deciduous teeth, are the first breakthrough when a cat is about 3 or 4 weeks old. Typically, all adult teeth are in place when a kitten is 6-8 months old. Most adult cats have 26 baby teeth and 30 adult teeth. Kittens baby teeth begin to shed at 4-5 month old. It might not have been top of your priority list when you first brought your Maine Coon kitten home.

Did you know, 8 out of 10 cats develop issues with their teeth and gums.
It is so important that owners brush their Maine Coon teeth every day, or at
minimum, 2-4 times per week with a soft bristled cat toothbrush.

Raw Poultry Bone

Letting your cat chew on a raw poultry bone is the perfect way for a cat to keep its teeth and gums healthy. Raw poultry neck contains tendons, ligaments, muscle, and cartilage which is a great source to chew on. Grinding up the cartilage helps to rub away food residues and prevents the plaque from building up, leading to bad breath and gingivitis. Duck, Chicken, or Turkey can be, for example.

Raw Neck

Cut a large neck into somewhat large (don't give your cat a piece that is small enough for it to swallow whole without chewing) pieces to begin with until your cat can cope with something larger. Your kitten should go completely crazy at the smell of the raw neck and may climb up your leg to get at it. Their natural instincts should kick in. Ensure you supervise cats if they are eating a neck for the first time and until you are sure they are used to them.

The Reason

The reason for serving poultry neck raw is that cooking reduces the benefits by destroying many nutrients and making the cartilage too brittle. If you're worried about bacteria, boil some water in a pot and then drop the neck in for a couple of seconds, then cool and serve. By providing your Maine Coon with a poultry neck at least once or twice a week, they can benefit from keeping their teeth and gums in great condition. Extra Nutritional bonus of Calcium, Protein, Minerals, and Arginine.


Your kitten/cat requires a yearly health check and vaccination booster. The kittens have had their core kitten vaccinations with us and may require a 3rd booster (if they leave the cattery sooner than the vaccination date) at 12-16 weeks, along with the Rabies vaccine.

Healthier, Happier & Extended Life Expectancy

Spay /Neuter Provides pets with a healthier, happier, and extended life expectancy. Kittens are ready for neutering procedures at four to six months of age. Getting your female cat spayed before she goes into heat for the first time is paramount. Female cats typically enter their estrus or heat cycle by six months of age. Kittens must be spayed no later than the 12 month mark of date of birth for males and 6 month mark of date of birth for females, unless agreed upon differently in writing


Maine Coons should be fed a high-quality diet, such as Royal Canin, Orijen, Hills Science, or other certified Veterinarian approved food. They must get all the necessary vitamins, minerals, and calories to grow healthy.


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