This is a native American Cat, originating in the State of Maine along the Canadian border. Its not a generated species by cross breeding with feral breeds in hopes of producing something new and exotic. This breed is most similar in appearance to a Norwegian Forest Cat. Yet there are many differences. The Norwegian Forest Cat has a heavier (thicker) undercoat, smaller ears, straight nose, and lighter boning to name a few. Most likely, in the harsh Maine winters, the survival of the Maine Coon Cat resulted in the large, heavy boned, heavy coated, extremely strong, and highly intelligent cat you see today.

Maine Coon Health Guarantee

Our Maine Coon cats are vaccinated against Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus, Calci Virus, Pneumonitis and Rabies. Graro is a ‘closed’ private cattery, which eliminates any chance of contamination by bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc.  READ MORE

Maine Coon Personality

Maine Coons are known as the “gentle giants” and possess above-average intelligence, making them relatively easy to train. They are known for being loyal to their family and cautious—but not mean—around strangers, but are independent and not clingy.  READ MORE

Maine Coon Price

Generally, the prices for kittens are never fixed, but the range of Maine coon Prices is approximately between $400-$1500 depending on the age of the Maine Coon. If the cat is healthy with healthier hair then, the Maine Coon prices is around $1500.  READ MORE

Maine Coon Color and Patterns

Maine Coons come in a variety of colors and patterns. There are two primary colors in all cats, which are Black, White and Red Maine Coon · Black Smoke Maine Coon · Mackerel Tabby Pattern · Black Classic Tabby · Spotted Tabby  READ MORE