Welcome to the Maine Coon Cat Club’s Site.Thank you for visiting our site. We hope that you will find it both enjoyable and useful.
Here you will be able to obtain lots of information about the Maine Coon Cat and the Club.
A number of photos have been included to let you see the wide variety of colours we have.
If you are considering a purchasing a Maine Coon Kitten, then there is information on how to go about this in our “Guide to buying a kitten” page. For a list of breeders in your area, visit our “Kittens Currently Available Countrywide" and "Club Maine Coon Breeders” page.
The club currently has about 500 members, both in Britain and abroad, including several Maine Coon breeders and judges in America. Membership is open to anyone, you do not have to own a Maine Coon to join. Many of our members do not breed or show, but just enjoy living with a Maine Coon and the club caters for everyone.
The club holds several events each year. We publish three newsletters, as well as holding the club show, and social events. Please feel free to contact a member of the committee if you need help or advice.
The 2014 Maine Coon Cat Club Show takes place on Saturday 28th June 2014 at Wilnecote High School Leisure Centre, Tinkers Green Road, Wilnecote, Tamworth, Staffordshire. B77 5LF
The schedule and entry form are now available to download from our show schedule page.
Thank you to everyone who supported our 2013 show
Congratulations to all the winners.
Our stunning Overall Best in Show was
UK & OB IMP GR PR KASSARO CISCO KID
Owned by Mrs Sandra Burgess, bred by Mrs Sandra Turpin
Best Opposite Sex in Show was
SUPREME UK & OB IMP GR PR DAIRYMAINE SARNIA CHERIE
Owned by Miss Saffi Rabey, bred by Mrs Jane Hanes Our Other Best in Show Winners:
It is with huge sadness that we announce the sudden death of David Howe on Tuesday 9th April 2013.
Dave was a pivotal part of the running of the Maine Coon Cat Club, tirelessly doing so many different jobs for the benefit of the members. Not only was he the club’s treasurer and membership secretary, doing the job so effectively for many years, he was also the show manager. He was very well known in the wider cat fancy because he took the club stall to so many shows around the country and also helped out on results tables for other clubs. He had been a ring supervisor at The Supreme Show for several years and was always willing to help anyone in any capacity that he could. His death is a huge loss to the Maine Coon Cat Club and he will be missed by so many people.
Personally, this has left us in deep shock. Dave has been our best friend and constant companion for over thirty-five years. We both met him on our first day at work in the 1970s, the three of us all worked together in the labs at a paint factory back then. He was Best Man at our wedding in 1992, he even moved from Durham to Sheffield a few years after we did. We got him involved in the cat world and he adored his cats, Keverstone Starsnstripes and Keverstone Big Al. He has been a major part of our lives for so long and we cannot begin to imagine him not being around any more.
His family were extremely important to him. Our thoughts are with his mother, sister, brother-in-law and nephews and their families, who will all miss him so much.
Steve & Daphne Butters Until alternative arrangements are made, please send all membership forms, subscriptions and queries to: MCCC, C/O 12 St Joseph's Road, Handsworth, Sheffield, S13 9AU. Telephone: 01142692306 (evenings 7.00 - 9.30pm) Email firstname.lastname@example.org
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The very handsome Jinx has continued his amazing show winning career. Not only did he jointly become the first Bronze Olympian in September 2011, in February 2012, became the first cat to gain the title of Silver Olympian and to round things off, on 16th June 2012, at The Lakeland Cat Club Show, he became the first Gold Olympian titled cat. A very fitting title, since this is the year that the Olympics take place in the UK. Huge congratulations to Stephen & Jill Bunce and their beautiful brown tabby & white boy, Jinx on becoming GOLD OLYMPIAN, UK & IMPERIAL GRAND PREMIER COONTASTIC NIJINSKY Photo taken by Lisa Aggett at the Maine Coon Cat Club Show 2011 where he was Best Opposite Sex in Show Photo taken by Stephen & Jill Bunce, on the day he became the first Gold Olympian.
This is a fantastic achievement for Jinx and the Maine Coon breed.
Our sincere congratulations to his owners and breeders._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
club has now produced a range of downloadable forms.
are now asking breeders currently on the Club Breeders' List to use the
downloadable form to inform Val Kaye of kittens to be included in the Kitten
To contact us:
General Enquiries: Tel/fax 0114 2692306 (UK)
Kittens available countrywide, Tel: 01484 666728 (UK)