Purebred Maine Coon Cats

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Sex:Male
Champion Bloodlines:Yes
Pedigree:Yes
Quality:Household Pet/Bredding

Delivery Area:Worldwide 

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Maine Coons are “cool” cats with very even temperaments which blend in well with multi-pet households and are very devoted and loyal. They are extremely intelligent, you can actually watch your silver Maine Coon thinking…trying to figure out how to get something. They are very perceptive animals, very aware of time in their daily routines and very conscious of their owner’s moods and wellness. An owner that is under the weather will find their Maine Coon not leaving their side. The Maine Coon cat is a slow-maturing breed and are not mature until they are 4-5 years old. They grow in stages. They can stay kitten-like until 14-15 years old.

Maine Coon Cats are registered with CFA, ACFA, FIFe, and TICA. Accepted For Championship in TICA in 1979. Although initially bred for valuable hunting skills, today’s breed is a slow-paced hunter that is more likely to lick and cuddle your mouse than hunt it. The Maine Coon has a notable gentle disposition, loves to cuddle, loves everyone, has low energy needs, and can adapt to any home.

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Adult Maine Coon Cats have a three-layer coat. The under coat consists of the most fine and numerous downy hairs and also longer hairs. These undercoats of two lengths are very soft and keep the cat warm. As cats grow out of the kitten phase, they develop the third, outer coat called guard hairs. The thicker, coarser, guard hairs do get quite long. When you look at the adult cat, the glossy guard hairs are about all you see along the cat’s back, sides, and tail. Some cats choose not to grow their guard hairs out.