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Maine Coon Cats a Popular Breed


Animals  (tags: animals, cats, Maine Coon, pets, breed )

Cher Away
- 2447 days ago - fosters.com
One of the most popular purpose-bred cat breeds in the country is the Maine Coon. These are also the only cat breed native to this country, and they are the official State Cat in Maine. Myths abound about the origin of this breed, even going so far as to



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Annie J. (205)
Friday November 16, 2007, 10:28 am
No one should be breeding cats, go to a shelter and adopt
 

. (0)
Friday November 16, 2007, 11:07 am
Interesting article. Noted with thanks, Cher.
 

Susan H. (27)
Friday November 16, 2007, 6:33 pm
Agreed on both counts!
 

Linda D. (41)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 1:16 pm
I have a Maine Coon cat I raised from a kitten and she's unlike any cat I ever had, very high energy and aggressive, climbs my drapes, gets under the covers, can be a terror to my other normal cat, very intelligent and adorable, but can be a handful. The author has a book she is selling on how to tame your coon cat. Sounds interesting.
 

Linda D. (41)
Monday November 26, 2007, 6:39 pm
I'm not making any endorsements, but someone contacted me and wanted to know about the book. The article with this story is no longer available, so I did some searching and found the behavior book. Most books deal with history and health, but Jannene Rofe focuses on behavior. Here is the link: http://www.fortheloveofkitty.com/Maine%20coon/ She has a lot of experience and offers a guarantee. Has anyone used her book successfully?
 
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