Want A Large Cat? Get A Maine Coon

A Maine Coon is considered a medium- to large-sized cat. They have long bodies and also long tails. Their ears are taller when compared to other cats. If you want a large cat this is a good choice for you. Keep reading to learn more so you can start the hunt for your Maine Coon kitten. When looking, if you want a true Maine Coon, look for breeders that offer champion bloodline Maine Coon kittens. 

Their Personality

You will find a Maine Coon is a gentle and sweet cat. Because they are large, you will hear them as they run throughout your home. These cats love spending time with their families and love to receive attention and affection. They do meow but you will be surprised when you hear how soft they sound. 

Maine Coons are not dogs, but they may greet you at the door when you come home after being gone for the day. Do not expect this breed to sit on your lap but instead sit next to you. You will also find these cats are very smart and will be like playful kittens even as they get older. If you have children, these cats are patient with them. They will also put up with being held, cuddled, and picked up. 

Caring For

Learning to care properly for your animal is important. One thing to be concerned with is what you feed your cat and how much you feed it. They tend to overeat and may become overweight if you do not monitor how much they eat. Talk with your veterinarian about the best type of food to give your Maine Coon kitten and how much to give them. 

The Maine Coon does need to get plenty of exercise. Some people even walk their Maine Coon with a leash and collar because of their size. Purchase perches and cat trees to have in your home and give your cat enough room to run. They love to play with their humans, as well as cat toys you should purchase for your cat. 

Grooming Your Maine Coon

The Maine Coon has long hair so should be brushed regularly to prevent matting. A cat will take care of their fur but they only get to the top coat. It is up to you to get to the undercoat. This also removes dirt and dander from their undercoat to keep your Maine Coon healthy. 

Along with grooming, you need to brush your cat's teeth regularly and clean their ears. If you are not sure how to do this, ask your veterinarian for instructions. Keep an eye on their claws and trim them as needed or have a professional do this for you.

You should have no problem finding championship bloodline Maine Coon kittens for sale online or you may have breeders in your area.