Maine Coon colors and fur patterns come in a dazzling variety for this breed. The wide range of Maine coon looks is generated by both colors, mixes of colors, and fur patterns. Maine Coon colors include solid white, cream, red, blue, grey, brown, orange, and black. Popular fur patterns and color blends include tabby, bi-color, particolor, tortoiseshell, shaded, and calicos.
Watch the video to see the amazing variety of Maine Coon kittens and see more about color variations below.
Maine Coon Colors and Fur Patterns Video
The Maine Coon cat breed has so many color variations that it is difficult to list each variation. Common color groups for Maine Coon cats include Solids, Tabbies, Tabbies with white, Tortoiseshells, Smoke, Shaded, and Shaded with white, Bi-color, Parti-color and Ticked Tabbies.
Maine Coon cats are known for their large size and sociable behavior. If you’ve ever interacted with the breed, you know that these animals are absolutely massive relative to most domestic cat breeds. Sometimes, they are actually mistaken for bobcats because of their size. These cats weigh anywhere from 9-35 pounds, making them often considered the largest domestic cat breed. Due to their friendly and social personalities, they are known as the “gentle giants” of the cat world. The breeds is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America and native to the U.S. state of Maine (where it is the official state cat). This breed has grown in popularity and now is one of the most popular breeds in the United States.
Overall, Maine Coon cats make fantastic pets for families with small children and other pets, as well as people who just want a friendly companion. These cats are social, vocal, and playful, and will create a strong bond with their owners. This cat breed is relatively slow to mature and may take up to 5-7 years to reach full growth.
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