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                          Maine  Coon  kittens              December  2017
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Here are some Maine Coon baby pictures from previous litters for your viewing pleasure.  :)
                                        MY TWINS!  

​   To all the many people who were so kind to reach out to me about my Twins, as well as to send prayers, I want you to know a wonderful cat loving Georgia Sheriff tracked them down. The girls are fine now and are in a loving home with people who have been in contact with me & have sent pictures of the girls. 
   The people that took my cats under false pretenses & then sold my cats to this third party had been keeping the girls in a fenced in yard barn as though they were dogs. Even dogs shouldn’t be treated that way. I had been told they were living in the house with these people, …just more lies. 
  I would highly recommend that if you are ever contacted by Top Dog Talent (now Top Dog K9 Camp) or Amazing Animals Production, that you RUN as fast as you can in the opposite direction. These people cannot be trusted to do what they tell you they will do, they did not honor our agreement or a signed contract, nor did they treat my cats well. They were investigated for theft by failure to make required disposition of property resulting in theft/loss and now I am fortunate to have a caring Georgia attorney because of breach of contract, for starters.  
​    Thank you again to everyone for any help you sent my way and it’s not over, 
                              so I’d be grateful for any additional prayers.  

​12/10   Ahhh!   another update...the people who have my girls will not verify that the girls have ever been to a vet or if they are spayed. This nightmare continues! 
For FUN.....check out our video!
YouTube.com: Kellys Maine Coon Kittens - Heads Bobbin'
(copy this link into your browser and see the cutest video)  
**Due to this breed maturing much slower than other breeds, (not even getting their full growth until they are 4 years old) it is not recommended placing the kittens until they are 14 to 16 weeks old. This allows them to stay with their mother longer, feeding on mother’s milk building their immune system & becoming more confident in a secure feeling environment, in turn making even better pets!
  We will hopefully have babies ready to place 
sometime in May.
 If you are interested in a 
CFA Registered Maine Coon kitten, 
please check back towards the end of April for availabilities & placement dates.

Kellys Kittens