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    • Select your Auto-Delivery items
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Sign up today and get 25% off* your first Auto-Ship order with Promo Code: AUTOSHIP25

Enter AUTOSHIP25 in the promotion code on the shopping cart page prior to checkout. Then click on Click to Apply. Promotional offer valid for online orders only. Cannot be combined with other offers.*Autoship Promotional offer excludes Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Royal Canin and The PetWay products.

 

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Free shipping is offered only on eligible items, with your online order of $49 or more. Items shipped free will be shipped by our most economical carrier. Free shipping promotion excludes select manufacturer items, prior purchases, addresses outside the contiguous U.S. and APO, FPO or DPO addresses. Minimum purchase requirement excludes shipping and taxes.

Large quantity orders may require additional shipping fees. Please contact our customer service team at 1-800-343-7680 to request a quote.

Orders being shipped to a third party business address will be considered special orders and require a quote from our customer service department. 

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Local Delivery

Local Delivery is available to select locations in the Southeast Virginia and Northeast North Carolina area. The cost for Local Delivery is FREE if your order total is $49.00 or more. If your order total is less than $49.00 there will be a $5.00 delivery fee. If you are unsure if your zip code is included in our Local Delivery area, use the estimate shipping feature in your shopping cart to verify.

Local Delivery is only available Monday-Friday, it is not available on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Orders will typically be delivered in 1-3 days. If you need your order sooner, please try our free Curbside Pick-Up option.

URGENT: Must include phone number for Local Delivery. If you have any questions or need to make special delivery arrangements, please Contact Customer Service at 1-800-343-7680.

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Curbside Pick-up

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  1. Shop with us online at www.carealotpets.com 24/7 to place your Curbside Pick-Up order. Can't find what you're looking for online? Give us a call, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM, at 1-800-343-7680.
  2. We’ll get everything together and give you a call when your order is ready for pick-up at your chosen store.
  3. When you arrive, park in the Reserved Pick-Up location.
  4. Call 757-457-9411 and choose the option for your store location to let us know you’re here.
  5. We’ll bring your order out to your car for you!

ATTENTION: Orders placed before 2 PM will typically be ready for pick-up the same day. A picture I.D. matching the name(s) on your order must be shown.

Only in stock items will be fulfilled with your order. We apologize for any inconvenience and will contact you with any fulfillment issues.

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Maine Coon

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Maine Coon

The Maine Coon is one of the largest breed of domestic cats. They have medium-long, dense fur with a ruff on their chest similar to the mane of a lion. Their double-layer coat is generally very soft. The most common color/pattern in this breed is brown with tabby markings; however, all colors are recognized. Maine Coons also have a distinct "M" shape on their foreheads. This breed has a broad, angular head with squared-off muzzles. The ears are wide-set and are topped with tufts of fur similar to the Lynx. The eyes are large, expressive and wide set. The substantial legs are wide set and are of medium length. They have long hair on the backs of their legs and between their toes for added warmth. Paws are large, round and well-tufted. The tail is very long, bushy and plumed.

Temperament The Maine Coon is known as "the gentle giant". Because of their above-average intelligence, Maine Coons are known to be one of the easiest cat breeds to train. They have the ability to trill, which sounds like a combination of purring and meowing. They do not like to eat alone, preferring the company of another cat or humans. They enjoy playing with water, dipping toys in their water and may tip over their water bowl. Playing fetch is their favorite game and they may bring a ball over, drop it at your feet and wait for the ball to be thrown. Though not considered a "lap cat", Maine Coons are affectionate, amiable and make great family cats.
Height / Weight Male 13-22 lbs.; Female 7-11 lbs. Height: 40" or more
Health Problems The Maine Coon is generally a hardy cat. Minor concerns include hip dysplasia, Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and gum disease.
Living Conditions This breed loves to enjoy a garden or a yard to exercise and hunt in. It will do great in an apartment if it is allowed time outside regularly.
Exercise They love to join their owners in getting mail, walking the dog and may also come when beckoned, even if outside. They are playful and active and enjoy playing with others and exercising itself.
Life Expectancy 13 or more years
Grooming Though they are a massive, long-haired breed, they require only moderate grooming. Brush weekly. They shed profusely in the summer.
Origin The Maine Coon is one of the first true American breeds. Some say that the breed was formed by crossing the house cat and a raccoon, although this is biologically impossible. Another more reasonable tale is that the Maine Coon originated from the house cat that became semi-wild and developed the heavier, denser coat in order to protect itself from the harsh weather. The most acceptable explanation is that they developed from breeding house cats and Angoras in Maine. This breed was the first to be shown in cat shows. The Maine Coon is the second most popular breed in America, second only to the Persian, and was recognized by the CFA in 1976.

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