Maine Coon Kittens

A sweet tempered cat, the Maine Coon is a highly adaptable to any environment and features a heavy, but silky coat.

The Maine Coon is an enormous cat, native to Maine. Good natured, intelligent with “dog-like” characteristics. The Maine Coon cat is considered the only longhair breed native to the U.S.

Height

16 to 17 inches

Weight

7 to 18 pounds

Life Span

9  to 13 years

Breed Size

Large

Good with

Children, Seniors, Dogs, Cats, Families

Temperament

Gentle, Friendly disposition, Resolute and Courageous

Intelligence

High

Shedding Amount

Moderate

Social/Attention Needs

Moderate, High

Energy Level

High

Vocalness

When Necessary

Overall Grooming Needs

Moderate

Less Allergenic

No

Coat Length / Texture

Long / Straight

Colors

White, Black, Blue, Red, Cream, Brown, Silver, Tortoiseshell, Bluecream, Golden

Patterns

Solid Color, Tortoiseshell, Bicolor, Tricolor/Calico, Tabby, Smoke, Shaded

Eye Color

Copper, Green, Gold, Odd-eyed

Maine Coon Cats

Originally an outdoor cat they later became a working breed who kept barns and homes clear of rodents. The head is large with tall ears. The profile shows a slight dip under the large eyes. The chest is broad, and the legs are thick.
The coat of the Maine Coon is heavy but silky. An interesting characteristic is that the coat is shaggy and drapes longer on the stomach and behind the legs (britches) but is shorter over the shoulders.

Despite their size and history, the Maine Coon cats are sweet tempered and gentle. They love their parents and adapts to any environment as long as they have some exercise room. They can be quite loud when running, but the soft quiet voice reassures you that this lion is truly a lamb.

Available Kittens

Available
Available
Adorable white kitten
Maine Coon female
Maine Coon Torti female
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