Maine Coon: breed description
In the photo: Maine Coon. Photo: google.com
Maine coon is one of the most common cat breeds in the USA, where they were bred, however, the breed has gained well-deserved popularity around the world.
Maine Coons are called "good giants" for a combination of impressive size, calm character and friendliness.
Maine Coon is one of the largest domestic cats, their weight can reach up to 18 kg. These are strong, stocky, strong cats with long hair.
Maine Coons are good-natured, confident, but restrained. They get along well with children, loyal to strangers, but intolerant of familiarity.
It is believed that representatives of this breed are able to memorize many words and intonations, which allows a good understanding of the owner. However, Maine Coons need their own space, where they can be alone.
Maine Coons are active and should have enough territory for walking.
Maine Coon wool requires special care, which must be combed and washed regularly.
|Life span||9 - 15 years old|
|Weight||Up to 18 kg|
|Who is suitable for||For any families|