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Maine Coon is a large, medium-longhaired female with bones, a square form and a floating fur. Maine Coon is a soft and sweet big and cannot help but make his appearance in your home known. They are loving and touchy domestic animals - always ready to snuggle; they should be very smart and can be learned to leash, run and open door.
Maine Coon comes from the state of Maine in the USA. During the 1850s, sailors returned long-haired monkeys from abroad that bred with the native shorthaired males. Their descendants were large, strongly build females with half-long fur and brush-like cocks resembling the raccoon's coat, hence the name Maine Coon.
Kittens designed thick, thick jackets to resist the harsh Maine winter. So the Maine Coon became very much liked as a pet, but most were castrated and this did little to raise the number of animals. Maine Coon is now known throughout America and was introduced to the UK in the 1980s and received full GCCF accreditation in 1993.
Maine Coon is solid, with a strong, muscle and strong feet. It is possible to have either uneven or dark grey colored eye in the case of adult whites. The Maine Coons are slowly to physical maturity; their full height is normally only attained at the age of three to five years.
Maine Coon proud is his cock. There are Maine Coons in almost all colors and designs (64 in total). The Maine Coons have a cute character and are very cheerful and kind. The Maine Coons are known for their wonderfully soft, twittering soundtrack. They are often described as the soft mammals of the feline kingdom, they have above-average intellect and are therefore relatively simple to work out.
Maine Coon is generally not known as a pussycat, but its soft nature makes the race relax around them. The Maine Coon don't get along very well as the only domestic animal or with the owner who is at work all the time. They are also known for being very vowel felines.
If you want to keep your Maine Coon in top shape, his fur will need a weeklong bridegroom and he will need a lot of room to move and train. A Maine Coon is 9 to 15 years on a lifetime basis.