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Maine Coon Care
The fact is that Maine Coons do have specific care requirements in addition to certain conditions that have been found in the breed that owners need to be aware of. This especially applies to people looking for Maine Coon kittens and those new to the breed. There are certain things you need to know as a caring owner.
For example, the Maine Coon has particular eating habits, in addition to specific dietary requirements. This is due to the size, weight, eating and drinking habits, coat, and genetic predisposition.
It is useful to think about your Maine Coon’s well being in relation to the decisions you have to make about the care you provide. Most notably, this falls into what I call the owner’s “four areas of responsibility” and includes, diet, environment, exercise and protection from dangerous substances and accidents.
The main ways pets can become ill fall into 4 main areas that you have some control over. In other words, these are the things your pet cannot take care of without your help. You pretty make the decisions on these issues, just as you do what you think is best for a child or any other animal in your care.
1. Diet – preventative care
2. Stress linked to environment
4. Protection from harmful substances and accidents
So what do we specifically have to take care of to keep our cats healthy and what additional information do we need to be aware of as Maine Coon owners?
>>The articles below provide guidance and advice on Maine Coon care…
Royal Canin Maine Coon Food
Maine Coon Health Problems
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