If you live in Pennsylvania and want to purchase a Maine Coon cat, it can be challenging to know where to start if you are a beginner. Luckily if you live in the great state of Pennsylvania, you are not that far from the home state of the Maine Coon, and there are plenty of breeders there that can help you get your kitten. Keep reading while we list several of our favorites that can get you the Maine Coon of your dreams.
7 Main Coon Breeders in Pennsylvania
1. McKittycreek Maine Coons
- Erie, Pennsylvania
McKittycreek Maine Coons is a husband-and-wife team that has been raising and showing Maine Cons since 1987, according to their website. They are members of the Cat Fanciers Association Breed Council and are long-term members of the Maine Coon Breeders Fanciers Association. All cats have their shots and are spayed or neutered. They also have their hearts scanned, DNA tested, and hips checked.
2. Cold Creek Maine Coons
- Central Pennsylvania
Cold Creek Main Coons is another husband-and-wife team that creates high-quality kittens from parents who have all won championships. They register all kittens with the International Cat Association, the Cat Fanciers Association, and the American Cat Fanciers Association. They specialize in larger-sized Maine Coons with exceptional personalities.
3. Mary Lambs Maine Coon
- Kregsville, Pennsylvania
The breeders at May Lambs specialize in the Maine Coon and feed only the highest quality foods until they are adopted. They are registered with the Cat Fanciers Association and provide their cats with plenty of room to run. They post pictures of new kittens at 4-weeks old, and they are ready for adoption at 12.
4. Paleeni Maine Coons
- Holidaysburg, Pennsylvania
Paleeni Main Coons is a breeder registered with the Cat Fanciers Association. The parent cats are part of their family, and they offer kittens from their litter up for adoption. They breed cats for health and personality, and every kitten gets an echocardiogram to make sure the heart is strong before you adopt it. They also test for PK deficiency and that they are clear of the HCM gene.
5. Mylancoon Maine Coon Cats
- Palmyra, Pennsylvania
Mylancoon Maine Coon Cats is a small cattery near Hershey, Pennsylvania, specializing in the Maine Coon breed. They produce kittens in various colors and do not show more for cats expected to do well in cat shows. However, they will not sell breeding rights or allow you to enter the cat into shows. They do not cage their cats and will do a background check before selling you the cat.
6. Perricoons’ Maine Coon Cattery
- Honesdale, Pennsylvania
Perricoons’ Maine Coon Cattery specializes in Cat Fancier Association registered cats that are well socialized and bred for temperament. They raise the kittens in a home until they are ready to be adopted, where they eat plenty of high-quality food and play with their siblings, so there is a better chance your kitten will get along with other pets. There is a bit of a waiting list, but you can get on a reservation. You can even choose to take the next available kitten or wait for the right color and sex combination.
7. Catgo Cattery
- Western Pennsylvania
The Catgo Cattery is a small family operation from Western Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh. They began breeding in 1995, and all of their parenting cats are show cats registered with the Cat Fanciers Association. Several cats won Grand Championships and several other awards. They test all kittens for HCM, SMA, and PK deficiency, and the parents receive an echocardiogram before breeding.
Picking Up Your Kitten
Unless you are having your cat delivered, you will need a cat carrier to take home your new kitten. We recommend purchasing the largest carrier your budget will allow. Not only will your large carrier be suitable for your cat when it’s fully grown, but it also allows you to keep a small litter box inside that your cat can use, especially on larger trips. A litterbox can help prevent accidents and will also help your cat feel more comfortable.
We recommend making a small travel litterbox out of a cardboard box. Find something that fits nicely into the carrier and add a small amount of litter to create a DIY disposable travel litterbox. We recommend doing the same thing for your trips to the vet.
We recommend traveling with two blankets, one for inside the carrier and another to keep over the top. The covering blanket can help make some cats feel more secure during your trip, and it will also help keep the kitten warm if the weather is cold.
If you live in Pennsylvania, this list should allow you to find a breeder within driving distance of your home. Some have waiting lists, but there are several kittens in each litter, so there is a good chance you won’t have to wait long. Each of these breeders is a Cat Fanciers Association member and will provide you with a healthy cat.
We hope you have enjoyed reading over this guide, and it has helped you find a breeder you can use. If we have helped you get your next pet, please share this guide to Maine Coon for sale in Pennsylvania on Facebook and Twitter.
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