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The Maine coon cat is a particularly peculiar and beautiful animal: It has tufted ears and feet, will talk to you in trills and chirps, and often grows to be larger than many dog breeds. The cat's origins are also a bit mysterious. No one really knows
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Maine Coon Cats
This large, native American cat is currently one of the most popular breeds in the United States. Here in one volume is virtually everything a pet owner needs to know about the Maine Coon. This heavily illustrated book avoids technical language while offering sound advice and reliable information to current and soon-to-be pet owners. Written by animal specialists, veterinarians, and trainers, the titles in this series focus on pets of all kinds--different dog and cat breeds, birds, fish, reptiles, small animals, yard animals, and even exotic pets. All Pet Owner's Manuals are filled with high-quality photos and instructive line art.
Presents information about the oldest and largest American breed of cat including physical characteristics, care and feeding, and what to look for when buying a kitten.
The Maine coon cat is a particularly peculiar and beautiful animal: It has tufted ears and feet, will talk to you in trills and chirps, and often grows to be larger than many dog breeds. The cat’s origins are also a bit mysterious. Some believe the Maine coon cat — which is the state’s official cat — came about when domestic cats brought to North America interbred with the bobcat. There is a small resemblance, though bobcats will eat fawns, let alone feral and domestic cats. So those seafaring cats would have to have been quite tough. A more reasonable assumption is that the breed was created when pre-existing shorthaired domestic cats mated with longhaired cats from overseas — perhaps Angora types brought by seaman traveling to New England or other longhair types brought by... In homage:.
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