1. How do I reserve my Maine Coon kitten?

If your home is a good fit, and you are approved, we will notify you with the link to the Maine Coon kitten contract. If you want to reserve your kitten, you would then make a $500 deposit on your kitten with your signed contract. This can be in the form of PayPal, Zelle or Venmo.

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This can be in the form of PayPal, Zelle or Venmo. Our PayPal email account is sm.ava@mail.com If you choose to use PayPal for your deposit, please add the fee into the payment of 3%. Deposit is nonrefundable if you change your mind, so be committed to bringing one of these outstanding Maine Kingdom kittens home.

2. What is the cost of one of your kittens?

Currently our Maine Coon pet kittens are priced $3000.00. We do not charge extra for either a boy or girl, polydactyl or standard, any color or combination.

We are responsible breeders, when determining the cost, we must figure in the cost to acquire and import the very best breeding parents from Europe-a Maine Coon parent with breeding rights from Russia, with an outstanding pedigree and excellent health history, is extremely expensive.

Building and maintaining proper housing and a nursery complete with separate quarters for the stud(s) is costly.

The other costs that factor into the cost of a kitten from us include annual checkups with labs and shots, the DNA testing and annual testing.

The vet check of the female prior to breeding with lab work. Health checks for the kittens. Microchipping, housing, food, toys, cat trees, cat litter, shampoo and grooming tools. Registration fees, high quality feed and emergency vet fees, heart echocardiogram with a feline cardiologist on each adult cat.

Each kitten will be sold with a Purchase Contract/Agreement. This contract can be forwarded via email at your request prior to putting a deposit down. I will require the contract to be signed prior to the kitten going to its new home.

3. What does my Kitten come with?


All Maine Kindom kittens are microchipped for the safety of the kitten.


All our Maine Coon kittens are raised in excellent conditions and are healthy.

With only a few breeding cats, and a limited number of Maine Coon kittens, we are able to focus on producing healthy and well socialized kittens that are perfect for your family.


All Maine Coon kittens need a series of kitten vaccinations. They receive two vaccinations for Feline Rhinotracheitis, Feline Calici Virus and Panleukopenia, and a one year Rabies Vaccine.


We take careful kitten records of our kittens current Vaccinations, deworming, flea and tick treatments.

We are happy to provide you a copy when you receive your kitten. Please provide this information to your veterinarian on your first visit.


4. When can I pick my kitten up?

Kittens are available to be picked up at 10-12 weeks. The remaining balance is due at the time of pick up. When you leave with your new kitten, you will have its medical record including dates of veterinarian visits, shots and deworming. We will pre-register with CFA or TICA. Each kitten will also receive a copy of both parent’s pedigrees to distinguish their lineage. Please have a cat carrier to safely transport your kitten home.

5. What if I live out of state or not able to travel?

Your kitten is available​ as pick up or via hand delivery by a pet courier, air transportation is also an option. If you choose air transportation, your kitten will need a health certificate and airline approved crate, this is available for an additional $100 not including airfare.

We can help you find a reliable and trustworthy door to door pet and animal transportation courier to help you bring your kitten home safe and sound right to your door if you are unable to personally come pick up your kitten. Courier prices vary depending on your location. Transportation costs are the buyer's responsibility.

6. Does my kitten come with breeding rights?

No, our kittens are sold as pets only and are not sold with any breeding rights. We require all kittens to be spayed or neutered by 6 months of age, kept indoors and we strongly recommend no declawing. Our kittens and cats have all been trained to use a scratching post and will not scratch furniture if provided one.

We have occasionally in certain situations given breeding rights, so please do inquire if this is something you would like to discuss further.

6. Do you offer a health guarantee?

Our cats are regularly assessed by a licensed veterinarian tested for FeLV and FIV and all kittens are assessed by our veterinarian prior to leaving our cattery and will be negative for known health issues.

Our cats are negative/negative for these genetic issues prior to breeding. We are especially proud that our adult breeding stock , as well as the parents, and grandparents, are screened annually for HCM. Screening via ultrasound for HCM is currently the recommended method to aid in the reduction of this inherited disease.

We are dedicated to making every effort to produce the healthiest Maine Coon kittens possible.