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Myths, legend and lore surround the Maine Coon Cat. Some are amusing, some are fantastic flights of fantasy and some are merely plausible. They certainly provide good material for conversation. Books and articles dealing with these aspects of the Maine Coon Cat have been well received as people never seem to tire of the subject and are always eager to know more about this wonderful breed. The Maine Coon is the native American longhaired cat and was recognized as a specific breed in Maine where they were held in high regard for their mousing talents.. The Maine Coon has always been admired for its beauty, and a Maine Coon was chosen Best Cat at the first major cat show ever held in this country. The transition from easygoing farm cat to CFA finalist was not an easy one, nor did it happen quickly. Although they lost favor and were conspicuously absent from shows for quite a long time, we are now seeing large classes of these beauties in most cat shows and it is not unusual for a Maine Coon to be named “Best Cat.”






It is a sturdy cat. It is the biggest cat of the world, it can weigh until 14 kg ; the dress is short on shoulders, long on the back and the sides. All the colours are admitted except chocolate-brown, lilac and colour not.






The Maine Coon is well known for its loving nature, kindly disposition and great intelligence. MaineCoon are especially good with children and dogs and have always been a popular and sought after companion.






One will live it a bath a month.





Battle Creek´s Maine Coon

Züchter-Gemeinschaft  Breeding Community 

Ingrid & Silke Kaczmarek



Battle Creek´s Roseanne

Brown Tabby Classic

11 Weeks old (at the day of April, 8th)