Feline Breed Nutrition


Just for Maine Coons
tailor-made nutrition addressing her incredible breed characteristics


The largest and heaviest cat breed displays an extraordinary stature with lynx-like tufted ears. Your Maine Coon cat is a real force of nature!


The breed's origins

The Maine Coon is probably one of the oldest North American breeds. The ancestors of today’s breed were first reported in the state of Maine in the 1850s. The Maine Coon’s impressive stature is combined with a truly sweet nature.

Most breeders today believe that the breed originated in matings between preexisting shorthaired domestic cats and overseas longhairs (perhaps Angora types introduced by New England seamen, or longhairs brought to America by the Vikings).

MAine Coon - Fun Facts

A true force of nature, just one word: large!

The hardy Maine Coon is the largest and longest pure breed cat, giving an impression of extraordinary power and strength. They can measure almost 1 m long (including the tail) and can be three times as heavy as an ordinary cat! The largest males can weigh up to 10kg! Due to her large size and heavy bone structure particular attention must be given to protecting her joints.

Watching out for a big heart

This breed has a predisposition to cardiac issues. Dietary management is an important part in the maintenance of a healthy heart!

Caring for the beauty of her coat

The Maine Coon cat has a dense semi-long coat with a fi ne soft undercoat.

Strong head with a box shaped muzzle

The Maine Coon has a large boxy jaw leading to a characteristic way of picking her food and chewing.

Maine Coon characteristics

Formula Greatest Assets

Exclusive kibble shape adapted to cat's large jaw
Supports healthy cardiac function
Supports bone & joint health
Helps maintain skin and coat health

Special Large Jaw

The tailor-made king size cube-shaped kibble is adapted to the Maine Coon’s unique “matchbox”-shaped jaw to encourage chewing.

Special Large Jaw

From 15 months old

IconJoint support
Formulated to support healthy bones and joints. Enriched with EPA and DHA.
IconCardiac health
Taurine, EPA and DHA to help maintain healthy cardiac function.
Icon Healthy skin & coat
Specific amino acids, vitamins, Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids to help maintain a healthy skin and coat.
Icon Urinary health
Formulated with a balance of minerals to help maintain the health of an adult cat’s urinary system.
Icon Special large jaw
This specially designed king size cube-shaped kibble is adapted to the large square jaw of the Maine Coon. The unique kibble encourages chewing to help support oral hygiene.



Growth for the Maine Coon kitten is exceptionally long, laying down the framework for the breed’s unique large stature. Maine Coon kittens are much larger than standard kittens; a 3 month old will weigh almost twice as much as kittens of other breeds!

Maine Coon - Did you know?

Maine Coon - Characteristics

Icon Exceptionally long growth
Because of the unique stature of the adult cat, the Maine Coon kitten does not reach maturity until around 15 months of age and sometimes later. It takes time to gradually acquire the massive bones and powerful muscles which set this incredible kitten apart from all other cats. That’s why this very long slow growth period requires a diet specially adapted to her energy needs and is essential for harmonious, balanced growth.
Icon Digestible nutrition
Her digestive system continues developing gradually but remains immature. That’s why selecting high quality protein is key to guarantee highly digestible nutrition.
Icon Challenged natural defences
Growing up means change and new experiences at a time when the kitten’s own immune system is still developing.
Icon An unusually large kitten jaw
From a very young age, the Maine Coon kitten shows the breed’s truly characteristic large boxy jaw which calls for a suitable kibble size and shape.

Maine Coon Kitten kibble

Kitten 3 to 15 months

Icon Healthy long growth period
With adapted energy and protein content, and precisely balanced vitamins (including vitamin D) and minerals (including calcium and phosphorus) to help support healthy bone and joint development for balanced growth.
Icon Digestive performance
Highly digestible protein (L.I.P.*), an adapted fibre content (including psyllium) and prebiotics to help support a balance in the intestinal flora.
L.I.P: protein selected for its very high digestibility
Icon Immune system support
A patented complex of antioxidants, including vitamin E, helps support the kitten’s natural defences. *France, patent N° EP1146870
Icon Special large jaw
This specially designed cube-shaped kibble is adapted in size and texture for the large jaw of the Maine Coon kitten. The unique kibble encourages chewing to help support oral hygiene.


Mix It Up For Your Maine Coon

Wet and Dry Maine Coon diets formulated specifically for the unique needs of your Maine Coon.

Maine Coon Wet Pouch

Icon Maine Coon Adult in Gravy
The Maine Coon wet formula is exclusively made to meet the specific needs of adult Maine Coon cats (over 15 months). The new wet formula is an adapted texture, thin slices in gravy specifically for your Maine Coon.
Icon Bone & joint health
Specific nutrients, including glucoasmine & chondroitin, as well as EPA & DHA from fish oil, help maintain joint health in this large breed cat.
Icon Concentrated energy
High energy dense formula permits appropriate meal sizes for this large breed cat..
Icon Healthy skin & coat
Carefully selected ingredients help promote skin and coat health.
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