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9 facts About Maine Coon Cats That Breeders Don’t Talk About

A happy long haired brown tabby cat is relaxing on a felt cat bed at home holding his paws crossed in front of him

Maine Coon cats are the giant big cats that all cat breeders love and adore, we will tell you information about the Maine Coon that you have not heard of before.

Maine Coon cats are not known exactly how and when they originated, but they began to spread and appear in cat shows in the nineteenth century in America, where it is believed that its original habitat is North America.

Despite this, it is one of the most beautiful cats loved by many and which many wish to acquire due to its huge size and distinctive shape. We will mention exciting and unconventional information about this breed in this article.

Information about the Maine Coon cat that you do not know


1 – Maine Coon cats can swim

blue blotched tabby maine coon cat with fluffy tail in sunlight outdoors standing on lawn in summertime

Of course, you may be surprised by this information, but Maine Coon cats have waterproof fur, so they are water-loving cats that can swim for distances in the water without any problem.

Its fur also enables it to survive in cold climatic conditions as it originated in North America.

2 – Maine Coon cats can handle falling snow

Because of their large coat, which is resistant to water and climatic conditions, these cats can survive in the event of snowfall and can also live in countries that have a harsh climate.

3 – She can live on the mountains

This breed of cats has large limbs with thick fur, which enables them to walk in rough and difficult places such as rocks and mountains.

She can also firmly fix her body even in slippery places where ice may be present, which makes her body very suitable for life on the mountains.

 

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“Maine coon cat, sitting in front of a brown background”

4- She loves life with people

Maine Coon cats love gatherings of people and enjoy spending time with their friends at home.

Because she has a strong, athletic and intelligent body, she knows how to enjoy her time with her friends, so you will definitely love life with her all the time.

5 – She loves to play a lot

There are some cat breeds that spend their time sleeping or eating and do not like to play a lot, but it is different with Maine Coon cats.

Maine Coon cats won’t jump on your feet, but they will run behind you or play with you any time they like.

It is also one of the cats with a distinctive voice, so you must get used to its sound and the way it calls you if it needs attention, food or play.

 

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Maine cone cat

dog and cat as best friends, looking out the window together

America is the main home of the maine cone, the history of this cat is obscure, but some believe that this breed is the result of a cross between a domestic cat and a raccoon.

But historians cannot confirm the validity of this theory or not.

But one thing is for sure – this cat breed will become a real member of the family.

They are friendly towards people of all ages and love to mingle at all family events, whether that means relaxing on the sofa or sitting at the dinner table.

Besides their loving personalities, Maine Coon cats are distinguished by their hunting skills and high intelligence.
Breed overview

Length: up to 14 inches
Weight: 6 to 14 pounds
Physical Characteristics: Medium in size with long, tapered legs, the Siamese cat can be described as graceful.

The coat can appear with a seal, blue, purple or chocolate-colored with spots around the face, ears, feet, and tail.

There are other stories that include facts from history, such as the story of Queen Marie Antoinette of France. The story says that the Maine Coon cats originally came from France, specifically from the Palace of Versailles, and that they were among the cats of Queen Marie Antoinette, who were placed on her escape ship to the United States, specifically to Maine, and that Captain Samuel Kluch put it on the ship to ensure the comfort of the royal family and not to tire them out on their long journey to the United States, but that story is not certain, and in any case, in either case, the Maine cat breed is one of the oldest cat breeds in North America.

 

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