Caring For Your Maine Coon

 

Maine Coons are often playing in their water. It is absolutely necessary to make sure that there is fresh, clean water available at all times.

Maine Coons evolved naturally by survival of the fittest; therefore they are a breed which is fairly 'low maintenance' in care.

The coat is easy to care for and rarely tangles.  A weekly combing will keep the coat in good condition. Furthermore,  combing can help in the early detection of health problems.

Most Maine Coons do not mind water and will tolerate an occasional bath.

Trim their claws regularly. The more often you trim their claws as a kitten, the easier it will be when they are older.

It is good practice to check their teeth regularly. If anything seems out of the ordinary, consult your veterinarian.

We recommend a natural raw diet. Please check out Our Diet pages for more information.

Excellent information about litter box problems can be found here.

Diffusing essential oils or heating as air fresheners is toxic to cats