Frequently Asked Questions
Most of your questions asked about Maine Coon Cats, Kittens, or Sassy Koonz Maine Coon Cattery are answered here. Thank you for being a fan of Sassy Koonz Maine Coon Kittens!
Questions about Sassy Koonz
Kittens owners who are buying 2 kittens from the same litter, as well as repeat buyers get priority when it comes to choosing kittens.
It’s very rare that you’ll be able to visit the website and find any available Maine Coon Kittens. You can always check the Maine Coon Kittens page and see if any kittens are under observation (maybe released), have planned release dates, or are expected in the future. Once we release our kittens, they’re typically reserved within 3-5 minutes.
We pride ourselves on integrity and ethics. The skill, care, and diligence that is poured into every kitten that is produced in our Maine Coon cattery is obvious. We love these kittens wholeheartedly for the first several months so that you can love them for the rest of their lives!
Sassy Koonz Maine Coon Cattery is one out of only thirty-two registered catteries in the United States that has been awarded the Outstanding Cattery Award! To earn this award, a licensed veterinarian pays an on-site visit to the cattery and does a full inspection of the premises, the condition of the cats, cleanliness, and environmental factors.
We take great pride in the selection process for our Maine Coon babies. Every applicant is pre-screened before being approved to adopt one of our kittens. Every kitten that leaves our Maine Coon cattery will go to what we feel is the very best home. There are several hundred people on our Approved Guardians list, but it’s not a “waiting list” like most breeders have. Both males and females are delightful to have as pets.
The Maine Coon cat is the largest domestic cat breed, which draws a lot of deserved attention to this breed. Everyone who has been approved has an equal chance at adopting one of our Maine Coon kittens when they become available. This adoption process has worked out to be the best method for us, the babies, as well as our Guardians. It also allows you to continue looking for a kitten from other breeders and doesn’t lock you into one cattery for months and months.
We do, however, give preference to repeat buyers and new owners who are buying a pair of siblings from the same litter. This priority list gets to reserve a kitten before the Approved Guardians list has an opportunity. more recently, entire litters of kittens are being reserved by owners who want 2 kittens from the same litter. If you’re interested in reserving 2, then send us a message and we’ll add you to the priority list.
Maine Coon Kittens are $4300. Breeding rights (to approved breeders) are $5900.
Refer to this article: How Much are Maine Coon Cats? Get the Truth
We’re honored that you want to add one of our kittens to your home. We have a simple process that you can review on our Maine Coon Adoption Process page.
Sassy Koonz is a small cattery and only has 30-40 kittens per year, so we understand if you’re not willing to wait or you find another baby that you love. It’s all about everyone finding the Maine Coon of their dreams, and being happy with their decision.
Sassy Koonz Maine Coon Cattery is a dual registered cattery with TICA and CFA since 2017. All kittens are sold under the TICA registry unless requested by the new owner to be listed in CFA.
General Maine Coon Questions
Maine coon cats are the largest domesticated breed of cat. Once fully mature, males will be 20 to 25 pounds. Female Maine Coons are smaller, with an average weight of 12 to 15 pounds. Read this article for more info about Maine Coon weight: The Maine Coon Size Chart: What is a Good Weight for Your Cat
Maine Coons are a hardy breed of cat. The average life expectancy of a Maine Coon is 12 to 15 years old. The oldest Maine Coon, named Rubble, lived to be 31 years old.
Maine Coons are also known as the dog-like cat. They play fetch, follow their owners around and are very loyal companions. In addition, they also get along very well with dogs, small children and other cats.
Maine Coons are not hypoallergenic. In fact, they have extra long fur that needs regular grooming.
Maine Coons have a very social, well-mannered temperament. They blend in well with family members, and activities. They’re highly intelligent and most of the time quite the goofballs.
Maine Coons are sweet and friendly cats. They’ve earned their nickname the “gentle giant” for being very large, somewhat intimidating cat but very loving and friendly.
Maine Coons cats, just like any other cat, is an obligate carnivore. They do best with a diet that is high in protein.
How often you bathe your Maine Coon will depend on your grooming habits, as well as those of the cat. Certain coat textures can benefit from more regular baths. A regular bath, blow-dry and comb out is recommended for your Maine Coon about every 6 months. Daily grooming is essential for a healthy coat.
Maine Coon cats are very slow to mature. They’re not considered fully grown until they’re 5 years old.
Maine Coons shed their fur. This happens more in the spring and summer months, and then they regain a full dress in the fall and winter. This coat helps to keep them warm in the cold and snow. Their foot tufts are also designed for cold weather.
Generally speaking, Maine Coons have a slight infatuation with water. most of them will splash in the sink or the tub and chase the water going down the faucet.
A Maine Coon is the most popular cat breed in the world. There is a very high demand for a big, beautiful healthy Maine Coon Kitten. It’s also very expensive to raise kittens and properly manage a Maine Coon Cattery.
The Maine Coon breed is a very affectionate cat. They love to be with their humans, and in the social spotlight. Kittens have a lot of energy and would prefer spending their time chasing balls and running through paper tunnels. Once they wear down, they’re happy to hop up on the couch with you become a wonderful lap cat. The older a Maine Coon gets, the more they enjoy sleeping and cuddling with their owners.
Maine Coons do like to sleep with their owners. Due to their large size, you may have to upgrade your mattress size to accommodate your furry loves. They like to snuggle with their owners starting from very young Maine Coon kittens until they’re full-sized kitty cats.
Some of them will sleep on your pillow and make biscuits in your hair, even if you don’t want them to!