Maine Coon Compilation – Part 1 of Maine Coon Cats doing Maine Coon things

Maine Coon Compilation – Part 1 of Maine Coon Cats doing Maine Coon things.

What do Maine Coon cats do?

They sleep a lot, like most cats, but have a personality a lot like dogs. Maine Coon's tend to follow you around, chatting a lot, and often being very attentive to what you are doing.

Some Maine Coon cats have been known to play fetch with their owners using small toys. Maine Coon's are very affectionate and often become devoted companions.

Maine Coon cats are very large and heavy, with a weather-resistant coat.

Main coon kittens and cats are a breed that many believe were brought to the US centuries before Columbus discovered America.
They were possibly brought to Maine by the Vikings.

In cold weather, the Maine Coon grows a heavy coat with a particularly large neck ruff and bushy tail.
In warmer weather, the coat looks almost like that of a shorthaired breed.

The Maine Coon head is fairly square with tall ears, the neck very broad, and the whole cat is muscular and powerful.

The Maine Coon comes in all colours with the exception of Himalayan pattern, Chocolate or Lilac, with tabbies being the most popular types.

A tabby Maine Coon can give the impression of being an entirely wild looking cat.

The Maine Coon can reach an adult weight of up to 25lb (11.34Kg)

The first Maine Coon cat in this video weighs 21.6lb (9.8 Kg).

If you want a good companion, get a Maine Coon.

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