Are Maine Coons Good With Other Cats?
How do I pick a Maine Coon kitten?
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One of the safest ways to ensure that you are buying a purebred Maine Coon kitten is to purchase from a licensed reputable Maine Coon breeder. They tend to be massive fans of the breed and should be able to answer any questions you have. They really do care who they sell their precious Maine Coon kittens to, as well.
How do you introduce a Maine Coon kitten to other cats?
You should try to introduce your new Maine Coon cat to your resident cat slowly. There should be enough time for them to get used to each other. Generally, it’s not a good idea to have them in the same room right away. What a lot of owners do is confining the new pet to only one room in the house.
How do you introduce a new cat to a Maine Coon?
Your new cat needs to stay in your room for 48 hours. When you are in the room with your new cat as hard as this is, you need to let him be. He will also need to get used to his surroundings. It is likely that for the first 24 hours he will hide, not eat anything and not use the litter.
How can I tell if my kitten is a Maine Coon?
Look for kittens with rectangular, muscular-looking body shapes, a long torso, and a broad chest. Maine Coon kittens have bodies that are completely in proportion. Therefore, if anyone part of their body looks to be more emphasized than another, it is possible the kitten you are viewing is not a purebred Maine Coon.