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Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota

Kitten Maine Coon has high-quality Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota. Our kittens are nurtured in a caring atmosphere and are guaranteed to be healthy. Bring joy, friendship, and class to your home today by adopting one of our Maine Coon kittens.

Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota

Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota

Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota are imported from Europe and have multiple champions in their blood lines. We reside on a lake in rural Minnesota, with plenty of fresh air and room for our furry family members. They are gorgeous and friendly cats.

Happy Upbringing

The Maine Coon Breeders Minnesota captivated us. We are a small cattery dedicated to raising happy, healthy, and well-adjusted maine coon cats of the European strain. Our kittens are nurtured in our home, where they receive enough of care, stimulation, and socialization; they are ideal for households with several pets. Those who own dogs and other pets are included.

Maine Coon Cats For Sale In Minnesota

Healthy European Bloodlines

Our maine coon cats are imported from Europe and come from a champion bloodline. We prefer huge cats with great personality, strong mussels, thick manes, and full tails. We are a TICA registered cattery, and all of our parents have been genetically tested.

Your Loving Roommate

Kitten Maine Coons is a friendly, family-run Maine Coon Breeders In Minnesota serving Minnesota and the neighboring areas. We adore our cats and want them to pass on their affection to their future family. All of our kittens are healthy and have wonderful personalities. Are you prepared to welcome a new furry family member? Give us a call today to get started!


Adoption is Easy

Once you’ve discovered the right kitten for your family, all that remains is to complete the adoption process. We make the paperwork short and straightforward so that you can take your kitten home as soon as possible. So you don’t have to worry about your kitten’s health, all of our cats are carefully assessed for their health and well-being by a veterinarian. Click the button below to begin the adoption process, or learn more under the “Process and Pricing” page.

Additional Services


Kitten Maine Coon is here to make your life as a Maine Coon owner as simple as possible. Our objective is to provide you with all of the information and assistance you require in one location.


Trupanion has no payment limit, 90% coverage, a deductible of your choice, any vet, and Direct Vet Pay! So, request our information sheet in your go-home binder! Go to the Trupanion Website


We provide FREE lifelong grooming for your Maine Coon if you buy a cat or kitten from us! Baths, ears, nails, sani trim, and matte removal are all included. Simply call to schedule an appointment so we can keep your Maine Coon looking like royalty.


ESA: If you’re looking for an ESA pet and decide on a Maine Coon cat, you’ve made the proper decision! Contact Kitten Maine Coon and we will begin harness and store training to ensure the kitten or cat has the disposition required to serve you.


Kitten Maine Coon offers several things that you will require once you have your new pet. Combs, eye and ear treatments, shampoo, cat perfume, and handcrafted toys are all offered.

Our Guardian Program

Some of our female breeders are eligible for our Guardian program.

What exactly is a Guardian Program?

The Guardian program is where we identify the BEST match for one of our breeding females; the Guardian takes physical custody of a Breeding Queen while understanding that the Breeder retains ownership of the breeding cat. This is a long-term issue that will affect the cat’s breeding career. Cats can be bread until the age of nine. Once the breeder determines that the cat’s breeding career is complete, the cat is signed over to the guardian as the only owner.

This program has a charge, particular conditions, and a comprehensive contract, and nothing is negotiable.

If you are interested and live within 100 miles of Mankato, Minnesota, please contact us to arrange a visit and a contract review in person.

Before a placement is agreed upon, the breeder will need to come to your home, and not everyone will qualify.

Want to learn more about adopting a Maine Coon kitten or cat ?

We have all the information you need to know about adopting and caring for a Maine Coon kitten. Follow the links below to learn everything there is to know about Maine Coon kittens and adults.

Our Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why should we contact Lakes Maine Coons?

    Lakes Maine Coon is a welcoming, family-owned business situated right here in Ottertail! We’ll assist you in locating the newest furry member of your family!

    Lakes Maine Coon provides attractive, friendly Maine Coon cats. Maine Coons are friendly, affectionate cats who enjoy playing, and ours will be an excellent addition to your family!

    We are a small, family-run kennel that is committed to raising healthy, high-quality kittens! Our cats are well socialized and raised in a loving household where they receive a lot of attention, socialization, and care. Our kittens have all been dewormed, vet checked, and vaccinated, so you can be confident that your new pet will be happy and healthy!

    We at Lakes Maine Coon try to make your adoption experience joyful, and we can guarantee that your cat will become your new best friend! Put your faith in us and adopt a kitten today!

    When you contact us, you will be connected directly to our owner, so you can expect prompt response to your inquiry. So don’t put it off any longer; contact us today!

    • What type of food do you feed? How much food should I feed my kitten?


      We combine Fromm Trout & Whitefish dry kibble with Nulo wet food (different tastes). Kittens should have constant access to dry kibble and a wet food supplement once or twice a day (one tablespoon at each offering).

      • Why don’t you feed raw? I have heard it’s the best option out there!


        Raw is a fantastic option! We don’t feed raw because we understand it’s not for everyone, and we don’t want our kittens to struggle with the transition from raw to kibble diet in their new homes. It’s ideal if you want to offer your cat a raw diet! We recommend keeping with kibble for at least the first two weeks before making any dietary changes because your kitten’s first few weeks in their new home are already full of change. Any dietary changes should be made gradually!

        • Do I need a cat tree? Do they use them? Is there a certain brand you recommend?


          Our cats and kittens have a profusion of cat trees that they use on a regular basis. This, however, is not a prerequisite! If you do decide to purchase a cat tree, we recommend Cat Tree King, but there are several other brands that are equally as nice.

          What kind of grooming does my kitten require?

            • Every 1-2 weeks, you should trim their front claws. Because most cats groom themselves, the frequency with which cats need to be clipped varies greatly. When clipping the front claws and, if necessary, the back claws, we recommend checking them.

              Brush or comb your cat at least once a week, focusing on the belly and armpits, which are the most typical sites for mats to form.

              Professional grooming, lion cuts, and other surgeries are not recommended until there is a significant amount of matting.

              Most indoor cats do not require bathing. We bathe our cats once a year, primarily due to the filthy nature of the birthing process.

              When should I take my kitten to the vet? What vaccines do they require?

              We require that you take your kitten to the vet within 72 hours of its departure as part of our health guarantee. They will require their third series of immunizations two weeks after they arrive in their new home, but we will provide detailed instructions for each cat.

              Is my kitten already spayed or neutered? When is the ideal timing to neuter/spay my kitten?

              We do not do early spay/neuter procedures. We believe surgery is not the best solution for such young kittens. The registration papers will be retained until proof of spay/neuter surgery is provided. The best time to spay/neuter a kitten is a contentious issue, and we want families to be able to debate it with their physician based on their kitten’s specific circumstances. As a general rule, we recommend neutering males at six months and females at eight months.

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