Kittens

Occasionally we have Maine Coon kittens available to permanent loving show and pet homes. Our aim as cat breeders is to breed big, healthy Maine Coon kittens with excellent type and temperament.

If you think you can offer a Rydalmaine kitten a good home then please contact Judy by phone or email.


We have kittens planned for early 2019

As part of my contract my kittens will only be homed to indoor, with a secure run  or a protected garden homes.

Our kittens are raised in the home as part of the family and will go to their new homes fully socialised around 12/13 weeks of age with -

  • Vaccinated against cat flu and enteritis. Wormed and flea treated.
  • Veterinary health checks by our qualified veterinarian.
  • They will also micro chipped.
  • 4 weeks free pet insurance via Petplan.
  • Kitten Pack
  • Kittens are registered with  either Tica or  Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF)
  • They will leave home with a 4 or 5 generation pedigree.

All of our kittens when available are sold registered on the non active list, meaning they are for ‘pet only’ and cannot be bred from in any shape or form. However I may sell for breeding occasionally, but to approved homes only. Remember Rydalmaine kittens leave home with a lifetimes support should their new families need it. I am always at the other end of the phone should you need any advice or help.

When contacting me about a kitten please give details about yourself, where you live etc

Call: 01733 571260

Or use the contact form below.



​Here are a couple of​ videos of our past litters.


​Click on any of the photos below to see just a few of my past kittens.

Living With Maine Coons

By Stella Edwards

My reality of living with Maine Coons. I did all the research that I could, both from books and on the internet. Judy accepted me and my sons onto her waiting list. We were lucky in that soon after there was a boy available if we wished. Then 4 days later a girl from another litter. So we welcomed Skan and Winter into our lives.

We thought we knew about MCs. Boy were we wrong. It is when you start sharing your life with these gorgeous cats that you begin to understand them. We got used to being covered in fur. My eldest would go to work in a suit and before he could go into meetings someone would be pulling a clump of fur off his back. You never have a bath or shower on your own as the furries are so inquisitive. Sinks are irresistible so are taps. If you go to the loo and shut the door a wail goes up until you open the door. Any cupboard you open has to be inspected. Food preparation gets interesting with noses sticking in to see what you are up to. Washing up can be fun when they are babies as you end up with shoulder ornaments desperate to see what mummy is doing. Checking bums is the norm as sometimes poo can stick to their baggins.

Against that is the love they have for their human. Forget what is said about MCs not being lap cats. You get creative as they soon get too big to sit on your lap. My solution is to lie down on the settee. I soon get covered with a blanket of fur. MCs are very addictime. One or two is not enough. We welcomed a blue girl into the fold after 3 years with our first 2. Amber D is very different in that most nights she demands to go to bed with me. Under the duvet is the only way for her. Silver our baby girl was unintentional. But what an excellent addition to the fold. She is the one who loves playing fetch. Over the past 5 years I have learnt that breakfast time does not follow human rules. 3am is often a great time of day for one of the furries to decide you have to get up to feed them. They soon learn what will wake you up to full awareness. Ie a carefully applied claw to the inside of your nose. Skin is never broken, just the mearest touch is enough to have you fully awake. Or in hot weather with just a sheet over you, one will always want to play at hunting. Your feet are an excellent target. That one woke the whole house. So I always have a duvet over the bottom half of the bed no matter how hot it is.

Maine Coons are very opinionated and do not hesitate to let you know about it, no matter what time of day or night. They are full of life, affectionate, funny, can be clumsy but not always and a total joy to be around. They take over your life and your life is now as their slave. We were fortunate to find Judy first off. As a breeder she goes above and beyond. Yes Judy is always there for us. She has built over the years a fantastic family of owners of her kittens. Any problem will always get a response with lots of help from the other parents as well as Judy. I have had cats in the past but MCs are a class of their own. They are true gentle giants.