The Maine Coon is the largest and heaviest purebred cat. Your new kitten will need extra support to grow big and strong as their growth phase is longer than those of other breeds.

This food’s protein content has been specially balanced to encourage muscle growth. Added calcium, phosphorus and vitamin D play a key role in helping bones to grow larger and stronger. The recipe is fortified with antioxidants to offer extra immune support, which is helpful for smaller kittens as well as nursing and pregnant cats.

The recipe also contains prebiotics and highly digestible proteins, which help to keep the digestive system healthy. Most importantly, the dry food contains the specially designed ‘Malachite 9’ kibble. This biscuit is made for your kitten’s larger jaw, encouraging them to crunch. The special shape also helps to keep their teeth clean.
Key benefits

  • formulated especially for Maine Coon kittens and gestating or nursing mothers
  • added nutrients and minerals to boost growth of bones and support joints
  • prebiotics and highly digestible proteins contribute to good gut health
  • large ‘Malachite 9′ kibble is designed for this breeds’ larger jaw
  • helps to keep teeth clean
  • contains antioxidants to boost natural defences

When to use it
This complete food can form your Main Coon kitten’s main diet, up until the age of 15 months. At this point you may want to switch them onto Royal Canin’s adult Maine Coon cat food. This food is also perfect if your female Maine Coon cat is pregnant or nursing her new litter.

If you have any concerns about your cat’s eating habits (for example, a loss of appetite or acting constantly hungry), it’s best to speak to your vet for advice.


Manufacturer’s feeding recommendation per cat in g/day:

Royal Canin Maine Coon Kitten is a complete feed for growing cats.

Age (months) Adult weight
Adult weight
Adult weight
3-4 61-65 76-83 91-99
4-6 65-68 83-88 99-107
6-9 63-68 83-88 100-107
9-12 55-63 72-83 88-100
12-15 48-55 65-72 79-88

Your pet should always have access to fresh water.

The amounts stated here are guidelines only and should be adapted to meet your cat’s specific dietary needs. Age, activity levels and environment should be particularly taken into consideration.

Poultry protein (dried), rice, animal fats, vegetable protein isolate*, maize, animal protein (hydrolysed), vegetable fibers, yeasts, beet pulp, fish oil, minerals, soya oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides, psyllium (psyllium husks and shells), yeast hydrolyzate (source of mannan-oligosaccharides) , borage oil, marigold extract (source of lutein), hydrolysed crustaceans (source of glucosamine), hydrolysed cartilage (source of chondroitin).
*L.I.P.: protein selected for its very high assimilation.

Nutritional dietary additives:
Vitamin A (28,700 IU/kg), vitamin D3 (800 IU/kg), E1 [iron] (36 mg/kg), E2 [iodine] (3.6 mg/kg), E4 [copper] (5 mg/kg), E5 [manganese] (47 mg/kg], E6 [zinc] (140 mg/kg), E8 [selenium] (0.08 mg/kg), preservatives, antioxidants.

Analytical constituents

protein 36.0 %
fat 23.0 %
fibre 2.8 %
ash 7.4 %
calcium 1.15 %
phosphorus 1.05 %
magnesium 0.08 %
arachicdonic acid 0.11 %
biotine (vitamin H) 2.99 mg
chloride 0.8 %
choline 2.5 mg
chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine 500.0 mg
iron 233.0 mg
moisture 5.5 %
folic acid 13.3 mg
aminoglucose 495.0 ml
iodine 4.5 mg
potassium 0.6 %
copper 15.0 mg
L-carnitine 50.0 mg
linoleic acid 4.87 %
manganese 61.0 mg
sodium 0.6 %
niacin (vitamin- B3) 470.3 mg
omega-3 fats 0.99 %
omega-6 fats 5.15 %
pantothenic acid 141.4 mg
selenium 0.37 mg
starch 20.1 %
taurine 0.28 %
zinc 187.0 mg
vitamin A 31.0 IE/kg
vitamin B1 (thiamine) 26.3 mg
vitamin B12 (cobalamin) 0.13 mg
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 47.3 mg
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 73.8 mg
vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 300.0 mg
vitamin D3 800.0 IE/kg
vitamin E (tocopherol) 600.0 mg
calories that can be burned 4.3 kcal/kg
dietary fibre 8.0 %
DHA fatty acid 0.41 %
lutein 5.5 mg
arginine 2.01 %
L-lysine 1.45 %
DL-methionine 1.16 %
methionine/cystine 1.69 %
nitrogen-free extracts 25.3 %


Available Seizes: 400 g, 2 kg, 4 kg, 10 kg