Behavior, Origin, Recognition and more...
A sweet tempered cat and highly adaptable to any environment. The Maine Coon cat is considered the only longhair breed native to the U.S.
The Maine Coon is medium to large and males usually larger than females. The Maine Coon is a heavily boned, muscular cat. The head is large with tall ears. The chest is broad and legs are thick. The coat of the Maine Coon is heavy but silky.
Maine Coon at a glance;
Weight range: Males >15 pounds Females: >12 pounds
Common Eye Color: Copper, Gold, Green or Odd-eyed
Patterns: Solid Color, Tortoiseshell, Bicolor, Tricolor/Calico, Tabby, Smoke and Shaded
Social/Attention Needs: Moderate-High
Tendency to Shed: High Coat Length: Long
Club Recognition: CFA, ACFA, FIFe and TICA
Living with a Maine Coon: The Maine Coon's nutrition should be carefully controlled. This breed has a tendency to become soft or overweight if not carefully monitored. Adequate exercise is needed. Being a large and heavier cat, this breed can knock things over without meaning to do so. Grooming is easy and fun when trained at a young age.
Many cost go into producing a healthy kitten. Whisker & Paws ensures the correct Parentage, vaccines, deworming, feed non by-product and grain free food, check for common diseases, spay/neuter and microchip to ensure a healthy kitten is sold. Maine Coons are high-quality cats and are very different from your average domestic cat. Not only do they meet a rigid set of physical standards, but they are also known for their incredibly intelligent and affectionate nature. Whiskers & Paws puts a lot of time and care into raising healthy, beautiful and socialized kittens. Whiskers & Paws provides quality living conditions in which pregnant and nursing queens have their own space, separate space for our studs and a playpen for our kittens. Any kitten leaving the cattery will provide pedigree documentation and International passport.
Cost: Please submit inquiry
***Color patterns and genetics can affect price***