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Maine Coons can live up to 20 years old (12.5-16 years is average) and some of the largest Maine Coon males can be over 20lbs by the time they have reached adulthood (females are smaller). It can take 4 years on average for a Maine Coon to mature, so although you can expect a rather large kitten, don’t expect a full-blown gentle giant right away.
The Maine Coon Cat is known for a sturdy, rugged appearance, which includes an uneven, shaggy coat of three distinct lengths and a long, well furnished tail. They carry that tail proudly and use it to surround themselves for warmth and protection. A Maine Coon Cat has large, well tufted paws, Ears are large and well tufted .Even more than their beauty, Maine Coon Cats are noted for intelligence and kindly disposition.
The Maine Coon is America's oldest natural longhaired breed, large framed with a square outline of the head, large ears, broad chest, solid bone structure, a long, hard muscled, rectangular body and a long flowing tail. Good muscle tone and density give the cat the appearance of power and robustness.
Mora TopLine Maine Coons Est. 2017