Regina and (Ramona) Maine Coon Young Female in Appleton, Wisconsin

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Ramona and Regina.

They are 8 month old Maine Coon sisters.

They are beautiful, lovable and completely bonded to each other.

Maine Coons are an extremely intelligent breed and bond strongly with loving devotion to their owners.

They are often called gentle giants.

They are very playful and will be playful well into old age.These beautiful girls were surrendered to us because they have been diagnosed with Calicivirus.

They don't show any symptoms, but calicivirus is in their system, and will be for life.

When cats with Calicivirus get sick, they need to be seen by a vet soon. Feline calicivirus is one of the more common infectious agents isolated in cats with a respiratory infection.

It is a virus that is an important cause of upper respiratory infections and oral disease in cats.

Symptoms when they present themselves is like an Upper Respiratory Infection where your vet would treat with antibiotics.

We are looking for an adopter who has a great vet history with their cats.

A former Maine Coon owner is a plus.

You will need a current vet with a good history of vet care for your current and past cats

Because these beautiful babies have Calcivirus, we are looking for the home with no other cats, or have cats that are NOT kittens and are current and stay current on their distempers and rabies vaccinations at all times.

The proper care for a Maine Coon cat is to feed them high-quality dry food 2-4 times per day.

Some owners even feed them raw meat or cooked meat like chicken.

Their diet should consist of carbohydrates, vitamins, fats, and fatty acids.

Since Maine Coons can range between 8 to 25 pounds, these cats require anywhere between 190 to 875 calories per day. The average Maine Coon will eat nine ounces of wet food or three ounces of dry food every day.These two Maine Coons that we have currently weigh in at 10 pounds at 7 months.

They will probably get to 20 pounds and maybe more.

At 20 pounds they are not fat.

They are just very tall cats.

To adopt these both of these bonded sisters,

please submit an application at ask questions please email
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Regina and (Ramona), please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.

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