Maine coons of Weston's Ark

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Maine Coons of Weston's Ark kittens is a small family catery located in Austin, Texas. Our kittens are as cute as can be! 

 

Our kittens come from the best European bloodlines.

All of our Kings and Queens are genetically tested

and CFA registered.

All kittens come with a Veterinary health check,

shots, worming record, and a 3 year health

guarantee for any inheritable diseases. They are fed

a high quality nutritious diet. 

 
Our Maine Coon cats and kittens are raised in our loving home with lots of love and attention. They are surrounded around family, friends and other pets. They are very well socialized and love being held and cuddled. 

Maine Coon's are ranked as one of the best cat breeds by USAToday and are known for their independence. Just like any other pet, they can’t live forever, but if you want to keep them around for a long time, it’s important that you take good care of them. 

Maine Coons are lovable, intelligent, and very sociable creatures that make excellent pets for any household. But how long do they live? They have an average life expectancy that ranges from 12-16 years, they can also live up to 20 years, which is much longer than other breeds. 

Many different factors can affect the life expectancy of a Maine Coon Cat. Factors such as genetics, diet, and environment all play an important role in how long they live. There are many things we do keep our furry friend happy and healthy longer! We thrive to keep them happy and healthy as they age. 

We provide them with all of their first round of shots, nutritious meals, and give them lots of toys that they can play with or chase around the house.  They spend hours chasing a toy around, and they love to have fun. We allow them to stay longer with their mother and provide them with as many toys as possible. This will allow them to explore and play on their terms. 

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Why a Maine Coon?

There are many reasons why Maine Coon Cats are the         most popular cat breed. Some of the reasons include that they        have a very unique appearance and they have an  impressive vocal range which includes a chirp, purr, meow, and a mew. Maine coon kittens are one of the most sought after in the world of cats due to their size and personality


Maine Coon Cats are often considered as the world’s most popular cats due to their unique appearance and high intelligence level. Contrary to what some people may believe, these cats do not just come from the United States but also from Canada as well as other countries such as England and even France. Maine coon breeds is not originated from one specific area

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More About Maine Coons

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giant Maine coon could weigh anywhere from 16-32 pounds while the maine coon average weight is 20 pounds, maine coon average length is 48-100cm. Meaning we should definitely sport an extra long leash when we go outside! The biggest maine coon cat is almost 70 pounds

Maine Coon's are known for their size, distinct personality, eating a lot, and their coat colors.  They are usually classified into some main categories: Black, Orange, White, Silver, and Tabby.

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Cost

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Average Cost

The cost of a Maine Coon cat can vary a lot depending on a range of factors. There are many factors that influence the price of a Maine coon. These include sex, age, color, whether or not it’s spayed or neutered, quality of food they eat, breed type and quality. The cost of an adult Maine coon is typically the most expensive because the breeding process is more complicated as well as the specialized care that is involved with raising them.

The next factor is the breed of Maine Coon kitten you want to buy. Older purebred Maine Coons cost more than mixed breeds, because they have more desirable traits inherited from their parents. A third factor is where you live. Some states have laws that regulate how much money you can charge for any animal sold in a pet shop or shelter.

How much does a purebred Maine Coon cost?

The price of a purebred Maine Coon cat depends on various factors. It can be a very expensive cat, with a price range starting from $2000-$4500. Purebred Maine Coons are usually more expensive than an average cat because they are bred for specific features and characteristics. The price of a purebred Maine Coon cat depends on various factors. The most important of which is the breeders who are responsible for the animal’s care and the location where you live.

How much are Maine Coon kittens at Weston's ark?

Please reach out to us directly, at 512-668-2736 to learn more about our available kittens and pricing. All of our kittens are CFA registered, DNA tested, and eat a well balanced nutritious diet. 

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Food!

Cat food

Cat food is just one of the many tasks that may need to be taken care of if you happen to own a maine coon cat. This also can be a problem if you have an active cat who needs to maintain their weight. The best food for Maine Coon cats is high-quality wet and dry food. Maine Coon kittens should be fed at least 3 to 4 times a day, especially while they are between 4 and 8 months old. And then feed them twice a day when they reach the age of 1 year. Adult cats should be fed once to twice a day.

  1. People Food: Maine Coons love human food as well! You can’t keep your pet away from your plate with a closed door – they will find the way in and sneak some of your snacks!

  2. Catnip: They are also known to enjoy catnip, which can cause them to act weirdly, but it is considered safe for the animal. 

Are Maine Coons picky eaters?

Maine coons are not picky eaters. They are not picky about food and will eat just about anything they can get their paws on. However, it’s possible that some of maine coon cats are picky eaters because they have a high prey drive which means they enjoy hunting for their food. They might not be interested in eating anything else if there is something more interesting around.

Do Maine Coons drink a lot of water?

Maine coon cats naturally drink a lot of water. You should always keep a clean and fresh source available at all times!

However, this does not mean that they should never get any fluid intake. Maine coons can still get water from their food, even if it’s just in the form of diluted juices. For example, you could offer them wet food like canned cat food or wet kibble.

Can Maine Coons drink milk?

Your Maine Coon cat may enjoy milk as a treat, but as a general rule it isn’t good for them. The lactose in milk can cause many digestive issues for cats, including upset stomachs.

Should I feed my Maine Coon raw food?

Maine Coon cats need to eat foods with a high protein content. A raw food diet is beneficial for their digestive systems, which can’t handle traditional cat food’s preservatives.

There are a lot of debates about whether this type of food is healthy for the cat. Some veterinarians say that this type of diet can lead to kidney problems. But, others argue that it is a healthier alternative to commercially available foods. In any case, it is best to consult with your veterinarian before making any changes in your cat’s diet.

Why do Maine Coons cover their food?

Maine Coons cover their food because they are trying to eat it. Maine Coons are intelligent animals that like to keep their food fresh. They cover their food to keep it away from other animals, insects or rain. They are doing this because they do not want other cats to steal their food.

Do Maine Coons play with their food?

Maine coons are known for being curious and playful animals. They have been found to be one the most intelligent breed of cats.  However, they are not always the most tidy of animals and will often play with their food before they eat it. Some people claim that Maine coons do indeed play with their food while others say it’s just a general behavior that can be seen in many animals.

You should look into the different cases of messy eating, some are because Maine Coons gobble their food down too quickly, but in other cases it’s actually playing with its food. You can stop this behavior in some instances by only giving cats a little bit of food at a time and coaxing them to not play with it.

Now taking reservations 

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Previous litters

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Testimonials 

Testimonial 1

Debbie was very thorough with exactly what i needed before i got my sweet boy mushu.

When i first arrived to pick him up she gave me a goodie bag with toys, treats cat food and even nail clippers! The kitten i got from her is probably one of the sweetest cats i’ve ever had and i’m so happy i contacted her for my first maine coon. 10/10 recommend going to her for your mainecoon!

Testimonial 2

In 2019, I started thinking about adding a cat to the family. I did a lot of research on the cat I wanted and what might fit best with my family. When I was finally ready to start looking to bring a car home, Covid hit and the shelters wouldn’t let me go in to meet any of the cats in person. I pretty much gave up. Towards the end of 2021 I stumbled across Debra‘s website. I asked if it would be OK if my daughter and I could come over to meet the litter of kittens she recently had. We stayed for less than an hour and by the end of the visit, one little guy had fallen asleep in my daughters lap. He chose her. That Christmas Augustus joined our family. Debra was so kind during the waiting period, allowing me to visit multiple times so our little Augustus could get to know us before he came home with us. I would text her multiple times during the week and she was always so generous in the depth of her responses. Being a first time cat owner I was really nervous and she answered all of them...
- Sky J

Testimonial 3

I love my cat Maizy. Debra was very kind, easy to communicate with. She kept me updated with pictures while I was waiting to take Maizy home.

- Christine B

CONTACT ME

Debbie
512-668-2736

msdlweston@gmail.com

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