** KITTEN POSTINGS BELOW
WE HAVE KITTENS READY TO GO
(see down below)
>>* *<< KITTENS BELOW >>* *<<
(kitten pictures will be posted below when they're old enough to reserve)
Kittens below are ready to go. We just did their 3rd vaccination as well as their last deworming & they had their last
check-up with the vet on the 15th (will also be getting Advantage II & Capstar before leaving). Kittens come with CFA Registration papers, a Health Information Sheet (detailing vaccinations
& meds given) for their new vet, & a goodie bag with new toys just like the ones they love to play with here. Kittens are eating Blue Buffalo Healty Growth Kitten Food & using Arm
& Hammer Double Duty Litter.
X WILDWOODCOON MARBLE FOX**
**RESERVED FOR LILA**
(her 2nd WildwoodCoon)
Cream Shaded & White
**His Cost $1875.00**
Red Classic Tabby & White
**RESERVED FOR CAROL**
Red Silver (Cameo) Classic Tabby
**ALSO RESERVED FOR
Red Silver (Cameo) Classic Tabby
**RESERVED FOR JAN**
her 2nd WildwoodCoon
***please see ADOPTION INFORMATION & KITTEN CARE
section further down on this page***
***PLEASE SEE THE
"KITTEN ADOPTION INFORMATION SECTION"
(further down on this page)
FOR ALL THE DETAILS + NEED TO KNOW INFO ABOUT KITTEN COST + HOW TO RESERVE A KITTEN &
THE WHOLE PROCESS THAT IS INVOLVED
WHEN ADOPTING A KITTEN.***
~~VIDEOS OF OUR KITTENS....& OF OUR BIG GIRL FOX TROT~~
Fox Trot Watching Squirrels
Bella's Final Four
RavenWolf's WolfPack III
WildwoodCoon Kittens At Play
Lola's TeddyBears III
Bella's Black & Blue Litter
WildwoodCoon Kittens At Play
Lola's Teddy Bears II - Watson w/ Jackson
(video from 12/2/2015)
Lola's Teddy Bears Go To The Vet
(video from 11/13/2015)
Our All Boy Litter Goes To The Vet
(video from 8/10/2015)
(as per request, video from August the 6th)
RavenWolf's Wolfpack Goes To The Vet
(video from June the 19th)
Howlie At Play
(as per request, video from June the 28th)
~~KITTEN ADOPTION INFORMATION~~
All kittens will be evaluated for type, size, color, pattern, & pricing around eight weeks of age (after receiving a thorough vet
examination). The kittens will then be placed on the website with the status of AVAILABLE (under their photo). Then & only then do I start accepting deposits to RESERVE each one of
them. I do NOT accept deposits until this point. Once a deposit is received I will post RESERVED beneath the kitten's picture, & once I receive the
payment in full the kitten will be listed as SOLD beneath it's picture.
~~~2018 KITTEN PRICING~~~
GIRLS $700. - $1400.
BOYS $900. - $1600.
A 50% DEPOSIT is needed to RESERVE a kitten (unless previous arrangements have been made), we accept postal money orders & cash but do
NOT accept personal checks. All kittens are generally ready to go to their forever home around 12 weeks (or so) of age & will already have three sets of vaccinations, two vet visits, a dose
of Revolution (applied on the day they leave us), & at least two rounds of worming medications. I've worked really hard to make sure that everything in the best interest of my cats &
KITTENS has been done to insure the life long health, happiness, & wellness of each & every WildwoodCoon that I bring into the world. :)
***NO BREEDING RIGHTS KITTENS WILL BE SOLD, KITTENS WILL ONLY BE SOLD AS PETS
& A SPAY/NEUTER/NO DE-CLAW AGREEMENT MUST BE SIGNED***
Now that you've finally found your kitten it's time to prepare for his or her arrival. There are items that need to be purchased, a
little cat proofing to be done, & decisions that need to be made ahead of time so that your kitten's homecoming goes smoothly & is as stress free as possible.
Schedule An Appointment With
Your kitten will need to be examined by your veterinarian within 72 hours of leaving our care (as stated on the sales contract) or the
health guarantee will be void. A HEALTH INFORMATION SHEET will be provided for your kitten detailing the vaccinations given, dewormer medications administered, & any flea protection applied
(we use REVOLUTION). Please make sure to give this sheet to your veterinarian so he or she can continue to provide your kitten with the quality healthcare he or she is accustomed to. You
might ask the importance of seeing the vet within 72 hours - because after 72 hours a kitten can start showing symptoms of infections they've caught after leaving our care.
Purchase Kitten Food
Your kitten has been eating BLUE BUFFALO HEALTHY GROWTH CHICKEN & BROWN RICE kitten food. We did lots of research on what
kittens & cats need in their diets to maintain exceptional health & avoid Feline Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). A feline diet that is too high in
carbohydrates & magnesium, and low in protein can lead to FLUTD. The challenge was to find a cat & kitten food that was appealing to all of our maine coons, that contains the proper
amount of protein & magnesium, & has no by products. Our adult cats eat BLUE BUFFALO WILDERNESS CHICKEN RECIPE - high protein WILDERNESS is made with a higher concentration of
chicken & contains NO grains, NO by-product meal, NO artificial preservatives, NO corn, NO whear, & NO soy.
Yes, BLUE BUFFALO is expensive but our kittens & cats now eat a lot less than they did before we switched their cat& kitten food.
When choosing food for your animals remember you get what you pay for!! Also, you'll need to make sure your animals actually like the new food too.
Purchase Stainless Steel Bowls
& or Water Fountain
Your kitten has been eating & drinking out of stainless steel bowls. Why stainless steel - stainless steel does not absorb
smells, does not stain, & is easy to clean & disinfect....plus your kitten will be less likely to chew on stainless steel bowls than plastic, & they will not break like glass or ceramic
either. Our older cats enjoy their stainless steel water fountain. Please remember that Maine Coons love water & a fountain will provide countless hours of entertainment &
enjoyment for your kitten.
Purchase A Litter Box & Litter
Your kitten has been using an open pan litter box with Tidy Cats Instant Action Scoopable Litter. We prefer open pan litter boxes
because we scoop at least two times a day & like the ease of access. All of our maine coon's litter boxes (kitten litter boxes are in the nursery) are housed on our screened potty porch
that they access through a cat/dog door so we really do not have a need for the litter boxes with tops, hoods, & or covers for out maine coon cats. However, we do use a modified type of
litter box (that's covered) in the nursery that allows kittens to access & mom no entry - our kittens use the modified litter box until they're about 8 or 9 weeks of age. Then they graduate
to an open pan litter box that's placed in an area only they can access. Should you choose a covered litter box remember to scoop it regularly & know that it can trap humidity as well as
the smelly odor that your cat might find undesirable - which could lead to him or her pottying somewhere else. Cats & kittens tend to like what they are use to as far as litter is
concerned. We're back to using Tidy Cats Instant Action Scoopable Litter after using pine pellets for a while.....mainly because of time
constraints. Pine pellets are fine to use, you just might need to transition your kitten from the Tidy Cats to the pellets adding Tidy Cats to the pellets & slowly decease the amount (of
Tidy Cats) you add in over time. Remember, if your cat or kitten is not happy with the litter box for any reason he or she might be inclined to potty else where. NOTE: cats/kitttens
prefer litter boxes & digging so if they potty else where they're trying to tell you something!! Litter boxes & litter are personal choices just make sure your kitten agrees with your
Something new for our cats & kittens here at WildwoodCoon, we're using LitterRobots. We rolled them out at the beginning of this
year (2018) & are so happy with them. We're introducing them to all of our kittens before they leave for their forever homes & so far they're doing great with them!! :)
Your kitten will need just
a few grooming tools like a metal comb, a brush, a dematting rake, & cat nail clippers. Remember de-clawing is NOT an option (as per our sales contract), so please purchase the nail
clippers & keep your kittens nails clipped.
Cat Trees, Scratching Post, Puzzles,
Maximize your kittens health through play. Cat trees, cat towers, & tall scratching post will
allow your kitten to get the stretching they need & also give them a SAFE place to go during their rest time. Puzzle toys can be used to dispense food slowly throughout the day, requiring
your kitten/cat to solve the puzzle to get rewarded with a food treat. Interacting daily with your kitten will help your kitten not only maintain a healthy body but a healthy mind too.
Stress can develop when a kitten's environment is not similar to their natural environment & play helps minimize some of the key differences & stress points.
~~~ Please see our friend STEVE @ FURWOOD FOREST for the most wonderful custom made cat trees www.furwoodforest.com or call
him at (770) 889- 3064 ~~~
Kitten /Cat Proofing Your Home
Your home is about to become a wonderland for your kitten. Please take the time to tidy up &
remove any unnecessary power cords & unplug exposed cords of electronics that aren't in use so that your kitten won't be tempted to chew on them. Keep laptops, cell phones, ear plugs,
eye glasses, belts, handbags, shoes, etc. picked up too because so many items that most homeowners leave out on a regular basis can & will become items of interest to your kitten. Also,
take the time to make sure any toxic products & plants are removed from you home. The following items need to be removed or at least put in a place (locked away) that your cat can not
access: acetaminophen, batteries, chocolate, raisons, grapes, currants, onions, leeks, chives, garlic, macadamia nuts, xylitol (sugar free sweetener found in chewing gum, breath mints, &
toothpaste), unbaked bread dough, yeast, detergents, household cleaners, bleach, lysol, windshield wiper fluid, antifreeze, insecticides, herbicides, rodenticides, fertilizers, kerosene, de-icing
salts, aloe, azaleas, chrysanthemums, marijuana, mistletoe, poinsettia, rhododendron, tulips, jimson weed (devil's trumpet), lillies, sago palms, tobacco, mothballs, & zinc (metal &
coins). These household items can possibly choke or strangle your kitten: chicken bones, dental floss,
Q-tips, yarn, string, holiday decorations (including lights & tinsel), & toys with small movable