Colour : White, black, brown, cream, blue and shades of blue-gray.
Life Span : 10 to 13 years
Weight : Male: 5.9 to 8.2 kg, female: 3.6 to 5.4 kg
Appearance : The Maine Coon is a vigorously boned, solid feline. Initially she was an open air feline, and later turned into a working breed who kept horse shelters and homes away from rodents.The head is huge with tall ears. The profile shows a slight plunge under the huge eyes. The chest is wide, and the legs are thick. The layer of the Maine Coon is substantial yet plush.An intriguing trademark is that the coat is shaggy and wraps longer on the stomach and behind the legs (britches) however is shorter over the shoulders.
Behaviour : The Maine Coon is sweet and agreeable, with the regularly inquisitive feline nature. He is a friendly feline who adores his family yet isn't requesting of consideration. He'll chase after you and show an enthusiasm for what you're doing, and on the off chance that you'd prefer to give him some lap time, he's glad to oblige.
Unique ability/feature : Maine Coons speak with an assortment of sounds. Notwithstanding the universally handy whimpers and murmurs, you will hear them peep, tweet and trill, unintelligible sounds originating from a delicate monster. They use non-verbal communication, as well. A Maine Coon will give you a decent head butt to tell you exactly that you are so extraordinary to him. Maine Coons can adjust to a home in any atmosphere. They are worked for cold open air living, however it's more secure to keep them inside so they don't get hit via autos or risk infection spread by different felines.
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