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The Maine Coon Cat

The Maine Coon cat is the largest of all cat breeds, with a robust muscular physique and hefty legs. The muzzle is squared off, and the ears are held broad and tall. 

The coat of a Maine coon kitten is long and thick, with an undercoat covered by a big glossy, waterproof top coat. Hair is shorter on the head, neck, and shoulders and grows longer down the back, sides, and tail. 

The hair on the stomach and breeches is thick and scruffy. A ruff begins at the base of the ears and is heavier on males than on females. The hair on the tail is long and flowing. The tips of the ears are tufted. 

The paws feature tufts that create a snowshoe impression. The Maine Coon cat breed comes in at least 30 different colors. Green, gold, or copper eyes are possible in white cats, as are blue or strange eyes.

Personality

Maine coon kittens have a charming personality and are lively and friendly. They enjoy being around people and make terrific pets. Because of their lowly roots, they are frequently seen curled up in the most unexpected places. They prefer being outside and require opportunities to climb and simulate hunting. Maine-coon kittens are known for their lovely gentle chirping sound.

History and Origins

Country of Origin: USA

Longhaired coats brought in to the American state of Maine by mariners in the 1850s were the forebears of the Maine Coon cat. These cats mated with the neighborhood shorthair cats.

 The progeny were large, strong-built cats with semi-long coats and brush-like tails resembling raccoon tails, hence the name Maine Coon. To survive the harsh Maine winters, the cats acquired thick, dense coats. 

Maine coons kittens were included in special shows as early as the 1860s, and the breed quickly became popular as a pet. The Maine coon kitten was introduced to the United Kingdom in the 1980s.

Male Maine Coon kitten

Best Cat Breeds for Children

While this breed is good with children, each cat has a unique personality depending on training and life experience. If you are interested in adopting a specific cat, please contact the adoption group.

Health and Common Issues

The Maine Coon cat breed appears to have a high prevalence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a heart ailment. There is also a significant prevalence of hip dysplasia. Before you buy, inquire about both of these requirements with the breeder.

Nutrition and Feeding.

Every cat is unique, with its own set of food preferences, dislikes, and requirements. Cats, on the other hand, are carnivores, and each cat requires 41 different and specialized nutrients from their meal.

It’s hardly unexpected that a growing, vigorous Maine-coon kitten need a different balance of nutrients in her diet than a less active senior cat.

Other factors to consider include providing the appropriate amount of food to maintain ‘optimal body condition’ in accordance with feeding guidelines, as well as responding to individual preferences about wet or dry meal recipes.

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