Maine Coon Ragdoll mix is one of the most interesting and newest cat breeds on the market.
In this article we will teach you everything you need to know about the Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix, from price, size, personality, physical traits and things you need to watch out if you're thinking about getting this highly remarkable cat breed.
Read on for more information about the Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix!
Height And Weight
How big your Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix will be depends heavily on the kind of breed that was mixed in.
Generally speaking, the typical Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix will have an overall height between 10 – 16 inches (25 – 38 cm) and body length of 16”-23” (40 – 58 cm).
An average mix between the Maine Coon and a Ragdoll cat will weigh between 9 – 17 lbs (around 4 – 8 kg).
Obviously, these differences will also depend on whether the cat is a female or male, with females tending to have slightly smaller weight and be shorter in size.
As crossbreeds are usually not regulated, there's really no standard to use for reference, so take this numbers with a grain of salt.
|Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix||Kilograms/centimeters||Pounds/inches|
|Weight||4 – 8 kg||9 – 17 lbs|
|Height||25 – 38 cm||10 – 16 inch|
Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix cats come in more than 80 colors/color combinations.
While Ragdolls usually have pale body fur with darker extremities, Maine Coons will come in solid colors such as black, white, red blue and cream, but also in smoke with bi-colors and different variations of tabby, tortoiseshell tabby and mackerel tabby colors too. A Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix will be a blend between the two.
The fur color of your typical Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix might also come with darker extremities of seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream, as well as solid, lynx, and tortie.
Eye colors of a Main Coon Ragdoll Mix will include shades of green, amber, orange and gold, as well as blue eyes and odd eyes, depending on their fur (as there is, actually, a genetic link between the two!)
The average lifespan of a Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix is 12-15 years but with proper care, a healthy diet, and exercise Great Danes can live even longer.
Diet, exercise, and the environment all have an impact on your Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix's lifespan. An inappropriate diet can increase kidney or heart issues.
A well balanced diet is essential for every part of their body and if you fuel your cat with the right food everyday, he will have the best chances on living a long and healthy life.
Given their size and weight, they have an increased risk of developing bone and joint problems which can shorten their life expectancy.
That’s why supplements such as Glucosamine and Chondroitin can be important for your Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix in the later years.
Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix is a quite an affectionate cat breed, sweet tempered and gentle.
Your typical Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix loves her parents and adapts to any environment as long as she has some exercise room. When she runs, she can be quite loud but her soft, quiet voice reassures you that this lion is truly a lamb.
Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix cats are known to be gentle, calm and sociable. Affectionate without being demanding, Maine Coon Ragdoll Mixes have an almost dog-like devotion to their owners.
Some people would say that these cats are attuned to emotional needs, a characteristic that makes them a perfect companion animal.
The most striking characteristic of a Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix cat is its affinity towards humans. They are very fond of their masters, but they are also extremely interested in socializing with other people as well. This may mean house guests, but it also includes other strangers.
Prices of Maine Coon Ragdoll Mixes can range wildly, and they highly depend on the breeder, with some demanding several thousands of dollars.
The average price for a Maine Coon Ragdoll Mix will be between $400 and up to $1000 depending on the breeder and the breeding process.
In my personal opinion, you should always go with a health-tested purebred if you’re buying from a breeder and make sure it is well-tempered, are properly socialized and so on.
To find out more about all the questions you should definitely ask your breeder to make sure you get a healthy and well-behaved kitten, check out this guide.
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