About The Breed

Maine Coons

Being one of the oldest natural breeds in North America (native to the US state of Maine), the Maine Coon is the largest domesticated cat breed. They are unique, friendly, and make great additions to families. Keep reading and discover why  Maine Coons are among the most sought after cats in the world! 

Vital Stats

Life Span:

9 to 15 years


76 to 102 centimeters


4 to 8 kilograms


Maine, USA


Maine Coons are known for their ability to adapt to many lifestyles. They tend to fall in a perfect balance of being loving and social, but aren’t needy. They like to follow you around, and are happy to receive attention – but they’re just as happy supervising what you’re doing. While they aren’t known for being lap cats – They like to be near family. ❤️

Did you know Maine Coons Are Known To Be The "Dogs of The Cat World"?

Not only due to their size but because of their personalities. They are very loyal to their owners and can be wary of visitors. They are extremely playful and low to be silly and clown around.


Clearly, this is a large cat breed. Most Maine Coons weigh 9-18 pounds. Males are larger and can weigh in at 20 pounds or more! Main Coons actually don’t reach their full size until they are 3-5 years old.

Children and Other Pets:

Maine Coons are friendly and laid-back, which makes them a perfect choice for families. They are very welcoming of children that treat them politely, and can be a great playmate! Also, they will happily live with cat-friendly dogs!