Maine Coon Cat Facts
Main Coons are Magical Creatures. Being the the second biggest cat breed in the world after Savannah breed, Maine Coons have won the adoration of most cat lovers.
1. They are big animals.
Maine Coons male cats an average 13-18 lbs. Maine Coon female cats average 9-13 lbs. They are big and very attractive animals.
2. They have a wonderful History Behind them.As One of the oldest natural breeds in North America, the Maine Coon is is regarded as a native breed of the state of Maine. They were also named after the state later. There are also a number of attractive legends surround its origin. A wide-spread belief is that it originated from matings between semi-wild, domestic cats and raccoons; which cannot be possible scientifically by the way.This myth, originated by the similar bushy tail and similar coloring of raccoons. This also led to the adoption of the name 'Maine Coon'. Maine Coons were popular competitors breed at early cat shows in Boston and New York due to their majestic appearance.
3. They are evolved to survive in harsh winters
Its semi-longhair glossy coat is heavy and typically water-resistant. The fur falls smoothly, and is almost maintenance-free: a weekly combing is all that is usually required to keep it in well kept state. Maine Coons have very long, bushy tails.
4. Maine Coons are seen in nearly all traditional colors and patterns.Cats usually hate water but Maine Coons will likely jump into it. 8. Main Coons Love People Maine Coons are highly people-oriented not overly-dependent cats. They like to hang out with their owners but not pester their owners for attention. Maine Coons like stay close by their owners, follow them from room to room and wait outside a closed door for the owner to come back. Maine Coons generally get along well with kids and dogs, as well as other cats.
5. A Maine Coon in Harry Potter Movies.
A female Maine Coon named Pebbles was one of three kitties to play Argus Filch’s beloved pet, Mrs. Norris.
6. The Worlds Longest Cat is a Main Coon.
7. Maine Coon Love Water.
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