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Most of our questions are answered here. Thanks for following our cattery.

with love Angela and Ricardo

  • What should I bring? (food ,toys, blanket, etc.)
    Cats Food: To ensure your feline friend's digestive health and regular feeding routine, please bring their usual food and/or treats clearly labeled with AM, Lunch, or PM, and prepackaged in individual zip-lock bags with the appropriate portion sizes. We kindly request avoiding Tupperware or large cat food bags, as our storage capacity is limited. Exceptions can be made for guests lodging with us long-term (10+ days). ​ Treats: If you prefer to provide a special treat from home for your cat, please ensure they are bagged with clear feeding instructions (e.g., 'Give 1 daily before bed'). Please note: 5 minutes of daily cat training sessions, including the provision of treats, are available for a fee of $5 per day. If you wish to enroll your cat in training sessions during their stay, kindly inform us in advance. ​ Sleeping Comfort Notice: For the best hygiene and safety, please refrain from bringing bedding. Please avoid fabric items for their well-being. We provide everything necessary for your cat's comfort. Thank you for helping us maintain a healthy environment! Toys: You are welcome to bring up to 3 toys. Please make sure all belongings are in an enclosed bag. (note, all damages done by your pet is not our responsibility) Medication Guidelines: For cats requiring prescription medication, please ensure it's in its original packaging from your veterinarian, along with dosage instructions. We're equipped to administer pills and edible prescriptions only. Please note that medication administration is available during our regular business hours. This service is complimentary for all guests. Thank you for entrusting us with your cat's well-being!
  • What types of vaccines do you require for cats?
    Cats need to be vaccinated against rabies and panleukopenia (feline distemper). We highly recommend having your cat tested for FeLV/FIV (feline leukemia and feline AIDS) and vaccinated for FeLV before boarding.
  • What is my cat schedule?
    Your Cat Schedule: 7: 30AM: Morning Litter cleaning before morning room service begins! 8:00AM: Breakfast is served! 10:00AM: Optional Playtime or Treat training for cats that have additional service. 11:00: Hair brushing, eyes and ears cleaning, teeth brushing, nail clipping for cats that have additional service. 4:30PM: Dinner service begins 6:30PM: One last litter clean up and let out any leftover energy before being tucked in! 7:00PM: Bedtime begins at 7PM with calming white noise and ensure all of our guests get the 12 hours of sleep they need after a full day of action.
  • Do you have any kittens available ?
    Approved Guardians that are planning to buy two kittens at the same time or repeat buyers can get priority when choosing a kitten. Sometimes you can go to our website and find available kittens but most of the time our kittens are reserved by the time they are 8 weeks old.
  • Are Maine Coons hypoallergenic?
    No, Maine Coons are not considered hypoallergenic. Because of this, we don't recommend this breed to anyone who is allergic to cats. Maine Coon cats have long fur are prone to shedding and they are the worst for cat allergies.
  • Is there a waiting list in Sweet Giants Maine Coons?
    Every client is pre-screened before being approved to adopt one of our kittens. We make sure every kitten goes to the best home possible. We don't have a waiting list like most breeders, but we have a number of approved guardians. Everyone that is approved has the same chance at adopting one of our kittens when they become available. We do, however, preference to repeat buyers and new owners who are buying a pair of siblings. If you are one of them, send us a message to add you to our priority list.
  • Why are Maine Coon kittens more expensive?
    Polydactyl Maine Coons are often more expensive than non-polydactyl Maine Coons because polydactylism is a genetic anomaly that is relatively rare and unique to this breed. As a result, polydactyl Maine Coons are often considered to be a novelty and are in high demand among cat enthusiasts, which drives up their price. It's also worth noting that polydactyl Maine Coons are often larger than their non-polydactyl counterparts, which can make them more impressive and desirable to some people. Regenerate response
  • Are Maine Coons Good With Dogs?
    In general they do but even more if both are introduced at a young age. Socializing puppies and kittens is much easier than trying to introduce mature cats and dogs to each other.
  • How big Maine Coon cats get?
    The male Maine Coon is larger than the female. The size of a full-grown male Coon cat is typically 15-25 pounds, while the female averages between 10-15 pounds. The height of the male cat is 10-16 inches and be about 40 inches long. The female can stand at about 8-14 inches tall and be the same length as the male (these averages vary greatly).
  • How long do Maine Coon cats live?
    A Maine Coon’s average lifespan is 13 to 14 years, although many owners report owning Maine Coons that lived much longer.
  • How much is a Sweet Giants Maine Coon kittens ?
    Standard Maine Coon kittens are 3500. White Maine Coon kittens with green or yellow eyes are 4000. White Maine Coon kittens with blue eyes are 4500. Polydactyl Maine Coon kittens is 4000. White Polydactyl with yellow and green eyes is 4500. Polydactyl white with blue eyes (very rare) is 5000. Blue or odd eyes with standard color is 6000, this is a very rare type of Maine Coon, that only a few breeders in the world have. Prices are as pet only.
  • Is Sweet Giants a registered Maine Coon breeder ?
    Sweet Giant Maine Coons is registered with TICA. All the kittens are sold under the TICA registry.
  • How do I reserve a Sweet Giant Maine Coon kitten?
    Please review our adoption process page
  • Why are Maine Coon kittens so expensive ?
    Breeders do so many things that might not seem obvious when they put a kitten up for sale. Like everything in life, because the Maine Coon is the most popular cat breed in the world, the price reflects supply and demand, as well as the cost of raising a healthy kitten. Vets' visits, high quality food, vaccinations, paperwork, parents care, litter, toys, cleaning supplies, TICA registration, investing in new Maine Coons for the program, taxes and three months of kitten care will increase the cost of producing a healthy Maine Coon kitten. Lastly, for our time invested into every kitten, our adult cats, running our website and social pages, and our time put into every applicant and client. A reputable breeder knows the value of their program and kittens, and so do their clients.​
  • How many Maine Coon kittens do you have per year?
    Sweet Giants is a small cattery, and we only have 20-40 kittens per year, so we understand if you are not willing to wait. The most important thing is to find the Maine Coon of your dream.
  • Why are White Maine coon kittens more expensive?
    Due to the rarity of pure white Maine Coons resulting from the difficulty in breeding them, and the fact that they account for only about 5% of the total cat population, they are more expensive. As such, it can be challenging to find a Maine Coon with this rare color. They are even more rare with blue eyes! It took us two years to find our stud Ustin.
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