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I had the opportunity to talk with a gal whose parents used to raise Maine Coon cats for sale. It was a hobby and not a cattery as such. Her Dad was a medical doctor and it was for fun. I felt let down to have missed their cats as the cat parents had gone over the rainbow bridge. Any one get a new cat? I'll live vicariously through others until I get one. We were thinking of a cross between a large Maine Coon and a Manx. I guess we'll see who decides to adopt us. Be Well. Packy
 
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My Lady would love to have a Maine Coon but as we already have 3 cats that is pushing it. Maybe when one dies we can entertain that option.My daughter in law has a bumper sticker that says,"Just one cat away from being a crazy cat lady."


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To answer your question on new cats,."yes" Lady here had an ad for three free kittens 7 weeks old. Since we have a few a$$holes that feed them to their snakes and dogs we picked them up. Will find good homes for them. That puts us a 8 right now.


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Are these Maine Coons?


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No they are what I call salvage/rescue cats, they were not planned apparently. I have an appointment with a no-kill shelter here to place them. If they were Maine Coon I would now have eight. Two of ours are Coonies
With our last hunt with Randal we were comparing cats he said he had 16 on the place so he won But the three that rode with him every day were nice cats.


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Are you familiar with the catch,neuter,release program that is evident by the cats ear being slightly cropped?


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I am but these guys are only 7 weeks old too young to do that yet,


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Yeah the earliest age to leave the nest is 8 weeks. My vet gets really pissed when he sees these young kits coming from the animal control already been fixed at a way too young age.And we are just into the kitten season.


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