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I also do the re-homing of Maine Coons on behalf of the MCIG. I keep a list of people interested in a re-homed Main Coon and try and place them in a similar environment. Because most breeders have a "right of first refusal" included in their contract of sale, I always liaise with them before re-homing a cat from their cattery. We have had wonderful experiences in the past:

Fritz (Callicoon Aramis) is a silver and white tabby that ran away when his owner moved to the previous house, in Constantia, Cape Town - 2 highways and 10 km further, in less than a week. No health consequences other than loss of some fur and an enormous appetite! He has since been re-homed to a household in Waterkloof, Pretoria where he lives a life of leisure.

Gitt is a Maine Coon look-a-like that has traded the bright city lights of Gauteng for the joys of rural Free State.

Current cats available for rehoming:

4-year old tortie and white spayed Maine Coon. Fully inoculated. Looking for a quiet home where she can spend her live in peace, indoors. Preferably no other cats or children and in the Western Cape. Gratitude and affection guaranteed.

Iris is a 1 year old black spayed female Maine Coon look-a-like. Fully inoculated. She also craves human attention without too much feline competition. She would indeed be a very rewarding companion pet to a kind and generous person. As Iris severely dislikes cats, she needs to go to  a home where she will be a single cat.