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Klender Yvette - 2020-01-28
2 yr old female and 1 yr old male. Been together for 2 months and have bonded really well. 1500.00 cash or card ok email klenderyvette@gmail.com for more details. Thanks for looking

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Anonymous - 2019-12-19
My fiancé and i pulled over to take a look at an adoption truck in a parking lot in our small city one day. We’d been discussing a playmate for our other cat. When we got there there was a mother with kittens and one kitten caged alone shaking in fear from all the barking of the dogs. So i pointed to him and said hes so scared and all alone. My fiancé asked to see him and he instantly crawled up under his short beard for safety. Needless to say his heart broke for the baby and he wouldn’t let him go so I did the paperwork and found out he was only 3-4 weeks old. I was curious why they separated him from the rest and quickly found out. While he wasn’t weened and tried to suckle regularly he was a huge eater. We feed him with a syringe for a week adding tiny bits of soft food within a week he was eating on his own and switched to hard food without a hitch. After he chased our full grown dog into her kennel at a week old we named him Kimbo after Kimbo Slice the fighter as he had no fear! He slept daily wrapped around my neck and chest like a furr coller in July I almost wish I hadn’t had to pull him away. He would climb the dog chewing on an ear or wagging tail with glee. I kept telling my fiancé I swear he’s bigger than he was yesterday and he thought I was imagining it, but within the next two months he had joined the bandwagon; both of us wondering what we brought home because he was still increasing rapidly. Now at 7 months we know. Large as a full sized cat its hard sometimes to remember he's a baby. He’s still growing with huge paws and a ringed tail but is a picture of a tabby Maine Coon. I always wanted one but I’m an adopter with so many in need I’ve only bought one pet in my life from a breeder. Kimbo is a stereotypical Maine Coon in that he is MY cat and will be affectionate towards my fiancé ( especially at dinner) but he sleeps stretched out at night his back to my front. He is shy around strangers and tends to hide. I can do almost anything I want to him but he’s a little less trusting to others. He is so precious to me I’ve forgotten what life was like without him. He loves meat; lunch meat, any leftovers from dinner just like a dog. But he goes CRAZY for my fiancé’s smoked meats he makes especially the pork roast and brisket. And with a full belly of smoked meat he won’t leave my side all night long sleeping hard and content! We introduced him to another cast off kitten we ended up with who is a polydactyl calico runt of the exact same age, and he cooed in front of her kennel for nights instantly in love. They are a true Mutt and Jeff combo but they play hard and love hard. Curled together for naps running room to room they are almost inseparable. And when I cry Kimbo runs to comfort me. He is so easygoing and lovable, huge, handsome, playful, and precious I fear I will never love another like I do him. Im so glad we stopped that day and cant wait for all our experiences to come! Kimbo thank you for making my life so full and rich. I hope everyone else gets to feel like this someday!

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pat - 2010-02-21
I just love Pumpkin, my maine coon. He is about 6 to 8 yrs old and he is a wonderful loving friend for me and I did decide to keep him in as a house cat because of where I live. He sleeps by me and lays next to me wherever I go. At one time he must have been hurt because of his one rear hip, runs but has a little problem with that hip. But right now I am having a real problem with him not eating and it is mainly the dry food I cannot seem to get him to enjoy and today he came out from sleeping and meowed at me and was telling me that he was hungry. Yes he eats some moist food but I cannot get him to eat a dry food. He drinks some water but not enough I don't think, and of course his stool has not been much. Has urinated quite a bit. You say they are not hard to feed but he is giving me run for my money. Have fed him Friskies and Natural food from a pet store and he does not like any. Is it time to take him to the vet? He is my big orange and white fluffy buddy.

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  • shirley ross - 2010-07-08
    I'm sorry to say that he may possible have kidney disease. If you get him to the vet for test, and he is in early stages, you can continue to have him around for years. Or he could have a tooth problem, and need dental work. Dry food is not good for cats, no matter what has been previously stated. It can cause kidney disease. I know, because my 16 year old has had kidney disease for 6 years, and with careful monitoring.......testing, giving fluids with an i.v. under the skin,( you can easily learn to do it......she is your baby!) proper diet, and many trips to vet, she has held out 6 years past what she was supposed to. He has all the symptoms, drinking a lot of water, not eating, and urinating huge quantities. More goes out than they can drink........that's why the sub q fluids. It's very important to get his bowels moving so that the toxins that normal kidneys would filter. I just stumbled upon this site, so email me if you like.
  • casey Forest - 2014-09-27
    Sounds like a kidney problem how ever I am not a vet.!!!! PLEASE dont wait take him to a vet specaliazing in cats! I also have a maine coon cat a solid 36 lbs. They can have kidney heart or hip problems. Ask your vet to recomend a high QUALITY food. Most grocery store food brands w the exception of Iams is considered kitty junk food. GOOD LUCK a good vet is even better. Casey Forest
  • Carla Wade - 2019-12-19
    Mam you should really look up Maine Coon on the internet. Hip dysplasia and kidney issues are both listed in Wikipedia as health issues for this breed of cat. Im so sorry to hear of these issues so early but your kitty could possibly need medical attention.
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Haris - 2019-11-30
Healthy tamed Persian Kittens available for sale.

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Niall Byrne - 2019-11-08
I Will get one for her day off i called her Permafrost

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Debbie Clifford - 2009-09-05
I recently lost my beloved Maine Coon Baron Munchmausen to rainbowsbridge - he was only 3 1/2years old but in that short time he lived the life of 40 cats. He had a massive personality and made an big impression on everyone he met. He was my puppycat- he'd follow me on walks and scuff around a bit whilst I walked ahead and run to me at full pelt just like a dog when I called him, his magnificent fur blowing in the wind and his big tail sweeping. He would follow me to my neighbours house to try and steal her cats food and would follow me round the house if he was not allowed inside and stand up and paw each window and mew. - He didnt chirp but he had a tiny high pitched mioaw which was far too small for him. He once got on the same neighbours conservatory roof during a residents meeting and ran up and down like thunder before settling just above my head until the end of the meeting. He disappeared into the christmas tree last year and eventually out flew a bird - and he managed to carry a baby rabbit though the cat flap up a spiral staircase and put it into his bed at easter!! It was unharmed. Mice and Voles were not so fortunate -he was an expert hunter with his massive paws. He could turn the taps on the kitchen sink and loved to drink water from running taps lapping it until it went up his nose and he sneezed. He would sit on a big red blanket and let me pull him round the floor like a sledge and he'd wake me up in the morning at 7 am on the dot with rough kisses. I could never have anything other than a Maine Coon now, but filling his boots will be a hard task.

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  • Niza - 2014-08-11
    Im sorry for your loss and my condolences go out to you 💋
  • Anonymous - 2018-07-09
    I know how it feels to loose such a good companion. I lost mine after 4 years had him as a kitten. I saved him a few times from mischief he got into and couldn’t get himself out of (being pinned between 2 fences while trying to get birds and squirrels) He sounded just like a baby kitten calling. After awhile he was almost just like a person in my house the most loyal trusting loving caring person-like animal I have ever had. Not much is the same without him even the female smaller breed cat I got for him to have as a play pal still cries out for him. He has even brought home stray baby kittens that were left for dead to help them survive and find them a responsible owner. Personally I have never met a human that can match what he and I had together and what he offered life itself ..... I miss you kiki so much
  • CAMILLE RAMOS - 2019-10-02
    Sorry for all of the loss, i can relate to you all, it is very painful to overcome the loss of our unconditional companions. I have a Maine coon now but i lost my beloved Tiny (mix of a pug and pit) i had him for 16 years and when he passed away a year ago my heart was broken and a huge part of me died inside. I will never recover from not having him with me. I loved him dearly and more than many member of my own family, he was my life, my love, my baby. So i am one with you loss. Wishing you all fine solace and peace.
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Lauren - 2019-03-19
My cat recently passed after gifting me 19 wonderful years.. I'm looking for another cat to keep my little girl company. She misses her brother very much. So please of anyone has or knows anyone thats selling tonkinese kittens please let me know!!!

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  • Wayne Doucette - 2019-05-23
    I do not know of anyone selling and would like to know of someone as our cat
    of 19 years is very sick and will be passing away soon. I am reaching out to
    you to ask that if you find someone selling would you please advise me so that I may contact them.
  • David Angel - 2019-09-25
    We originally had two (2) Tonkinese cats. We have a large home ( 7 bedrooms) so both kiddies
    Had plenty of space to roam, chase, explore. One “Mink” died when he was 13 years old. His
    death was caused by an inoperable tumor. The other cat stayed very close to my wife and me.
    He died when he was 19 years old basically from old age. Both cats were never allowed to go
    outside.We live at North Lake Tahoe and have Bears, Coyotes, and Bobcats. After a few months to get over the death, we finally located a Tonkinese breeder that was only 150 miles from Tahoe
    and purchased two (2) new baby Tonkinese cats. They almost destroyed the entire house as they were growing up: Boundless sources of energy, insatiable need for exploration. Middle of the night “wake up those who feed us “ as they both were in the mood for play. Great Cats!
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Danelle L. Jannazzo - 2019-09-21
I have a Maine coon, got him when he was one month old, he is the love of my life, I had a recent Maine coon, had him , for 10 years, we had to put him down, it was, the most horrible,thing, I have ever experienced,his name was Charlie!rip Charlie .in kitty heaven, now I have another, Maine coon, he is ,17 weeks old , wonder why they are so hyper, and very high strung, his name is snickers

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Claire - 2009-09-03
Servals shouldn't be pets. They're wild animals, they could hurt a person if they got angrey, or worst case sernario maybe even eat a small person ex. baby. I'm not exactly sure. But my point is servals are wild animals and don't belong in our homes. The same goes for other big cats and other wild animals, they don't belong in our homes and our neighbor hoods!

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  • 9mm - 2010-03-21
    whats the diff between owning a wild animal or a dog, a dog could easily kill a person, but they dont because they are taimed from infancy , if u get a baby servel it will grow up taimed. there is no difference. "domestic animals" are not "domestic" when they r first born, they are trained.
  • Ted Nugent - 2010-05-13
    Are you a member of PETA? Because you sound like a far left-goof ball. A Serval is a medium sized cat that eats small Rodents. Instead of worrying about a cat that stands 20 inches tall eating babies you should be worrying about our border control and dirt bag criminals being released daily from jail that are repeat offenders of aggravated charges.
  • bryan - 2019-09-10
    yes you are not exactly sure so educate yourself and lose the ignorance. and then tell BCR they are full of it
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Jordan - 2018-12-08
I have two and literally, one is evil. You can't walk past her without her trying to attack you. How can I change that?

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  • Hugo Ku - 2019-08-27
    Hi Jordan, Lilith used to do that as well. She's just playing. I explained in a respectful manner, without being condescending, that it hurt and showed her the blood. Took a year or so, these days she still attacks, but hasn't broken skin for years now. Maybe the first layer, but she pulls back when she feels that happen.
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