Welcome to Wild Kingdom Maine Coons
Hi, my name is Michelle and I am a small hobby breeder of maine coon cats.
Situated in the Kingdom of Fife this is how I came up with my prefix name of Wild Kingdom, which is registered with the GCCF.
I have been keeping cats as pets for over 40 years and have in the past had experience keeping moggies, at the moment I have 8 cats, Ammarah my neutered pedigree Bengal who is a wee bit mental and a bit of a handful but I love her to bits! Merlin my neutered maine coon who i am hoping will eventually enroll with therapet, Freyja, Echo, Asteria, Harmonia and last but not least Aphrodite my pedigree active maine coon girls, also Thor of Asgard (Teddy) my stud boy.
I am a member of The Edinburgh & East of Scotland Cat Club & The Maine Coon Cat Club. I am also a member of the GCCF breeder scheme and have just gained my level 3 certificate in Feline Care & Welfare.
My love for cats is why I decided to breed pedigree Maine coons, they are the gentle giants of the cat world and like all cats will steal your heart, keeping their gentle nature, their wild looks and type is what I am aiming for in my kittens, with good health being the most important.... My cats are above all very much loved members of our family and will always stay with us.
Maine Coons have a sweet nature and are very playful and friendly. They enjoy human company. Possibly because of their humble origins, they are used to sleeping rough and are often found curled up in the strangest of places. Maine Coons are noted for the delightful quiet chirping sound they make. Often referred to as the gentle giants of the cat world, they possess above-average intelligence and this makes them relatively easy to train. They are known for being loyal to their family but they are independent and not clingy. The Maine Coon is generally not known for being a lap cat but their gentle disposition makes the breed relaxed around dogs, other cats and children. They are playful throughout their lives, with males tending to be more clownish and females generally possessing more dignity, yet both are equally affectionate. Maine Coon cats do not cope very well as an only pet or with owners who are out at work all day. Maine Coons are also well known for being very vocal cats. They are known for their frequent yowling, chattering and chirping and will often talk back to their owners.