Welcome to Skylar Maine Coon Cattery, Maine Coon Kittens for sale.

The Maine Coon is a native New Englander, hailing from Maine, where they were popular mousers, farm cats, and–most likely–ship’s cats, at least as far back as the early 19th century. The first thing you’ll probably notice is that Maine Coons are big–really big! In fact, the record for the world’s longest house cat belongs to a Maine Coon who grew to be over four feet long.

Maine Coon Breeder

The Maine Coon cat has always been part of my life until I left to join the military and marry. After leaving the military, I came home and was devastated to learn that Mother’s health had deteriorated and was no longer able to breed. Needless to say, I was determined to continue breeding the Maine Coons. Unfortunately for me, my mother petted out most of her breeding cats, which left me the job of finding new bloodlines. Thankfully at the time, I was able to locate a Maine Coon breeder who sold me my very first foundational breeding cats.

AVAILABLE KITTENS

 Maine Coon Kittens for sale

Skylar Maine Coon Cattery is a small cattery raising all of our kittens underfoot and lovingly socializing them for their forever homes. We offer some of the most beautiful and sought Maine Coon kittens in United States.
My husband and I would like to welcome you to our site… As early as I can recall, my love for this wonderful breed began as a young child. Mother “introduced” me to the Maine Coon after arriving home from the hospital, when she decided to place three of her queens into my bassinet. Later in life, Mom went on to explain how she grabbed her camera and took pictures of me with her three breeding queens nestled into my bassinet. This has always been a treasured story growing up as a child.

Maine Coons with Children And Other Pets

The friendly, laid back Maine Coon is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs. They love the attention they receive from children who treat them politely and with respect, and they don’t mind playing dress-up or going for a ride in a baby buggy.

They’re happy to live with cat-friendly dogs, too, thanks to their amiable disposition. Introduce pets slowly and in controlled circumstances to ensure that they learn to get along together.