Maine Coon cats are known for their large size and friendly personalities. They are one of the largest domestic cat breeds, with some weighing up to 25 pounds or more.
However, the weight of a Maine Coon can vary depending on various factors, including gender, genetics, and diet. But how much can a Maine Coon cat weigh?
In this article, we will explore the weight range of Maine Coon cats and what factors can influence their size.
According to MaineCoon.org, the accepted size standard for the breed ranges between 11-25lbs, with the males being larger than the females.
Male Maine Coon cats weigh between 15 to 25 pounds, while female Coon cats average 10 to 15 pounds. However, it’s not unheard of for a big male Maine Coon cat to weigh up to 35 pounds.
The weight range will vary depending on gender and genetics. This breed grows at double the rate of other domestic cats. They can easily gain 2 pounds per month during their growing cycle.
Diet: A Maine Coon cat’s diet can affect its weight. Feeding them a balanced diet with high-quality protein can help them maintain a healthy weight.
Exercise: Maine Coon cats are active and playful cats. Regular exercise can help them maintain a healthy weight.
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