Maine Coons are athletic, muscular, and heavily boned cats known for their impressively huge size than an average cat. They were originally outdoor felines, which later became working animals who keep their owner’s barn free from rodents and other small animals. Today, they are one of the most popular feline companions. So, if you’re looking to add this cat breed to your home, make sure to check out these 10 things that only Maine Coon Cat owners understand!
Many fall in love with Maine Coon’s thick, double coat of long hair which consists of an undercoat covered by shiny, waterproof fur. They also have tufts on their ears and paws which add to their charisma. These felines have long tails, which should be at least as long as their bodies, so they can wrap them around their bodies to keep themselves warm during harsh cold winters. Their tall ears signify intelligence, their chest is broad, and their legs are thick. While their appearance is already incredible, you should also highly consider their temperament and behavior before taking them to your home. In a little while, we’ll get to know more about these wonderful cats so just stick with us!
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