How old do Maine Coon cats live for?

How old do Maine Coon cats live for?

The average lifespan of a Maine Coon cat is >12.5 years, though some Coons have been known to reach 15+ years!

Why is my Maine Coon shaking?

There are numerous things that can cause your cat to shake; low or high body temperatures, an illness, or low blood sugar are just a few common reasons. Regardless of its severity, if you notice your cat suddenly shaking, it would be beneficial to provide your cat with some extra care.

Can Maine Coons be aggressive?

Whilst Maine Coon cats are not generally known for having aggressive tendencies, there may be times when you find your usually loving and affectionate Maine Coon cat acting in an aggressive manner.

How old is Nene the Maine Coon cat?

NeNe is a Female Maine Coon Mix Cat for adoption to a very loving home in or near Austin, TX. This very special cat is 6 years years old and weighs 12 pounds. NeNe is in good health.

How old is Daisy the Maine Coon mix?

Daisy is a Female Maine Coon mix cat for adoption to a very loving home in or near Seattle, WA. This very special cat is 9 years old and weighs 13 pounds. Daisy is healthy, spayed and litter trained. She loves people and considers herself to be a lap cat.

When to put a Maine Coon cat on kitten food?

Because Maine Coon Cats reach maturity later than other breeds, you may want to keep your cat on kitten food longer. Most cats make the switch around 4 to 5 months, but some vets suggest keeping Maine Coons on kitten food up until 9 months. Discuss this with your vet. Senior cats also have different needs.

What kind of health problems do Maine Coon cats have?

Polycystic Kidney Disease. Kidney failure in cats results in a decreased production of red blood cells, thus it is important for cats to have this hormone to normalize the levels of red blood cells. Maine Coon cats are typically healthy cats, but they are susceptible to certain diseases that can be serious and even life-threatening.

NeNe is a Female Maine Coon Mix Cat for adoption to a very loving home in or near Austin, TX. This very special cat is 6 years years old and weighs 12 pounds. NeNe is in good health.

Daisy is a Female Maine Coon mix cat for adoption to a very loving home in or near Seattle, WA. This very special cat is 9 years old and weighs 13 pounds. Daisy is healthy, spayed and litter trained. She loves people and considers herself to be a lap cat.

Polycystic Kidney Disease. Kidney failure in cats results in a decreased production of red blood cells, thus it is important for cats to have this hormone to normalize the levels of red blood cells. Maine Coon cats are typically healthy cats, but they are susceptible to certain diseases that can be serious and even life-threatening.

Because Maine Coon Cats reach maturity later than other breeds, you may want to keep your cat on kitten food longer. Most cats make the switch around 4 to 5 months, but some vets suggest keeping Maine Coons on kitten food up until 9 months. Discuss this with your vet. Senior cats also have different needs.