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There are at least a few Maine Coons here, I know, I am looking for experience with this cats. I' ve had my eye on one of these products for years, but it was mainly about the look and the general racial-article. So I'm not sure how accurate the information is.
In the ideal case I am looking for a very committed, open-minded kitten race, which likes to be together with humans and is interested in round seats and cuddling with an 8-year-old. They have begun to look at others like Tonkineses and Burmese, they should be very loving, which is a desired characteristic. All I can say is that I want a more socially-minded kitten who can be loving with a newborn.
They gave us a Myanmar kitty and we were not let down. Over the years I have had a number of kittens (from virgin bred Siamese to older survivors of older female generics ) and he was the best of them. I have a Maine Coon and a Myanmar..... for sociable, cosy and sociable, I would put the Myanmar people above the MC every single working days.
The Maine Coon is beautiful and very big. But the Burmese is our residents meeting and greeting man, he follows the guests into the building and asks for a snuggle and a round of sitting. He' the most fun, amusing and loving kitty we've ever had.
One member of the Maine Coon familiy has a very similar type of cunt. I' m not sure if it's typical for the kitten or if they were very fortunate, but both have ( "had", "sniffed") the most wonderful personalities - the kitten that survives is a wonderful kitten, who is loving without being too cuddly.
So, this is another race that' re fit to be examined? Happiness with your quest - I think maine coins are just delightful, but no one has any notion about their constitution to look at. It' Myanmar for cute, people-oriented mice. These are the most loving kittens I have ever known (and I had many cats).
Weirdly, we found our Burmese guy more loving and less of a hiker than the little one. My kids loved the humans and everyone at the doors when they come. and I' d have one in my heart rate if it wasn't for the allergy in our home. There was a role of Maine Coon, who unfortunately passed away a few years ago and left his moody, short-haired tobacco bro.
" In fact, he was - loving, liked to sit on the lap (with the noisiest, most rumbling purring you can imagine, so was the bright purring treatment after a tough day), and unbelievably good-natured with 5 small, pretty tough kids. One more voice for a Burmese man. I had two (one as a kid, the other as an adult) and they were unbelievably loving, fun and devote.
Real pussycats, asleep on a bed, asked for your full concentration. Loving his purring, so vociferous and slutty haha. He' s very sociable and kind to foreigners. I have had kittens since I was a child and he is by far the most loving and bright. We had the people of Burma, but we changed to Ragdolls and we didn't regret it.
They are a beautiful race and the little ones carry their flakes everywhere. We' ve got a Myanmar gal and she's very nice and cozy. Maine Coone is quite distant with some of the unfamiliar ones and is not too attached to its owner. However, our ragolls like nothing more than cuddling, like to be kept and like to be with you.
Burmese in the great outdoors sound like a really good match for what we want, although it's not the kind of cats I' m so allured to. If my boy had the spirit for which he is known, I think he would enjoy the flabby, smooth character of the cloth puppet.
Maine Coon wouldn't get along well with kids, she would find them excessively busy and she usually vanishes when we have people. Most of our former kittens were adults, so I have no experiences with cattery. Brimilla are a hybrid of Chinese and Burmese and have the most beautiful crumpled coat and beautiful lushes.
Also, the russion blue is quite awesome, very clever kitties. So, I think I'll say you shouldn't disparage other mice! Catteries know their own dogs well and know what their parent produces. I' ve got a friend who breeds and they' re quite good at putting the right kitty with the right pedigree, but there seems to be less a variety of activities and brains in a kitty than in a puppy cattery.
We' ve got a Maine Coon disexed man. He' s very loving and tolerant with the children. I' ve got three Maine Coons, two years old and 10 kilos each. They are the only Maine Coons in his book and the largest cat in his book.
You like snuggling and slapping and are very devoted. Some of the guys loved me as if in sweet romance, he loved kissing and kissing me and sleeping on me, he had to touch me when I was there. Only out of piquancy, how do you know they're Maine Coons?
They are not only big tabs, they are a purebred cats, born in Maine, USA. So the fact that yours aren't Maine Coons is telling me. Mmmm maybe the tall and unsexed Maine Coon kid who knocked up the mom of the kid who was a rover until my cousin had her.
Since it is obvious that you know more about my kittens, I have deleted my post.