Cat Breeds

Maine Coon Cat


Maine Coon Cat
Photo courtesy of Wrevenik Maine Coon Cats


The Maine Coon's exact origins are not known. Contrary to popular myth and the implications of the breed name, the distinctively bushy, often ringed tail does not come from crossing a cat with a raccoon (which is genetically impossible). The Maine Coon's easygoing nature makes it a fine companion for children and other pets. Maine Coons are gentle, affectionate, and playful. They are also good mousers and like to retrieve objects. They communicate with quiet, chirp like trills.
Appearance
The Maine Coon is a large cat, broad-chested and muscular, with a long, rectangular body and a long, plumed tail. The feet are round and tufted, well suited to snowy climates. Large, tufted ears; large, wide-set eyes; and a regal neck ruff contribute to the impressive aspect of this American beauty.

Weight: 14-18 lbs.

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Cape Town
South Africa

Vikki Spacey
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WREVENIK MAINE COONS Established in 1984, Wrevenik is situated close to the sea in Cape Town, South Africa. We breed carefully and selectively for health, temperament, size and type.

Wrevenik kittens can be found in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Russia, U.K., U.S.A., and Switzerland, some of whom are successful show and breeding cats.

We breed kittens in all colours. Our kittens are raised with love and leave our home between 12 - 16 weeks old. We routinely test all our cats for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and Hip Dysplasia in a continued effort to produce healthy kittens for the future of our Maine Coon breed. Visit our website Wrevenik Maine Coons.

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