Something About Cat Breeds. Maine Coon Cats
Maine Coon Cats

Looking to get a new cat soon? You may consider a purebred cat. There are many exciting breeds out there, each with its own charm and appearance, history, and temperament. Think about what features you would like your new companion to have. Maybe you'd like this one:

Maine Coon Cat

The lineage of these big, cute cats from New England is unknown. Most likely, they came from Europe with the early settlers while working as ship cats. Some of these sea-traveling long-haired cats decided to land in the new world and make their new home there along with the new settlers. New England has an extremely tough winter. Only the strongest survived those early winters, humans, and cats. When they got used to their new home, the long-haired cats began to thrive. They were called The Shaggies and became a regular part of life throughout New England.

The Maine Coon Cat is a big, robust and intelligent cat. Maine Coon is also a very loving and devoted family member and remains very spirited into old age. This breed does not seem to make fast decisions about people. They stay a little reserved when they first see new people or go into a new home. Once they get used to their brand new home and people, they become tender and devoted companions. The Maine Coon Breed also has an unusual love for the water. They are known to tinker in their water dishes or play in showers until the water has all run out. Some of them will even go swimming!

Maine Coon Cats are cute giants in their cat world. The males can be 20lbs while females can reach 12 lbs. The size difference between the sexes is vast.
The females are no weak despite their lack of size. They know they are every bit as strong as the males and aren't afraid to prove it. These ladies can be quite aggressive. This breed has broad chests with muscle bodies and medium-length legs. They aren't considered really mature until they are four years old. Maine Coon Cats have an easy-going and ardent temperament. And the smallest part of this cat is its voice. They speak with a high squeaky voice that seems entirely incompatible coming from such a massive cat. Maine Coon Cats chirp, cheep, chortle, and trill as well as meow. It's quite a surprise to hear for the first time how a Maine Coon Cat speaks.

These cats have semi-long and thick coats, which protect them in any weather and are water-resistant. Fortunately, their coats don't tangle easily. They have a surprisingly silky texture. The coat's most common color pattern is tabby though they can come in various colors and patterns.

This breed's positive ways continue to positively surprise people every day. Give these cats a closer look. The species is hardy and affectionate.
This cats' laid-back temperament would make a wonderful family pet. This cat can be the perfect new companion you are looking for.

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