Can you give Maine coon cat information?
Maine Coon Cats originated in Maine, United States.
They were thought to be a crossbreed of a cat and a raccoon but this is scientifically impossible.
They are known for their cleverness with opening cupboards, drawers, and turning on sinks. They can be mischievous but they are usually quite lovable.
They are one of the biggest cat breeds and have extremely long fur that you must take delicate care of with about 2 brushings per day.
Overall the Maine Coon Cat is known for its loyalty to its owner, not its stomach, and it is a great companion to have with you.
i own a female Maine coon cat and she is very greedy she is very fussy and doesnt like cat food Maine coon cats are very big and will rpobably eat as much as you feed them ask the person who you get the cat from or research online but my Maine coon cat will eat as much ham and chicken as you will give her
The price of a Maine Coon varies, depending on where you get the Maine Coon from, whether if it is show quality or not and other influences. Adopting a Maine Coon from a shelter will be less expensive than buying one from a breeder, and a show quality Maine Coon will cost more money than a breeder or pet quality one. Strays are obviously free and the same applies to most show cat retirees.
Narmoush Says: They are are called MAIN COONES not MAN COON.... Uhhh...Okay time to explain... The Maine Coon is a breed of domestic cat with a distinctive physical appearance. It is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America, specifically native to the state of Maine,where it is the official State Cat. For more information,visit this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_Coons
I have a Maine coon cat, and he loves tuna. I don't think it would be bad for the cat because it is just fish. Answer: Tuna, if given in small amounts, is perfectly fine for a Maine Coon, or any other cat. However, tinned tuna should never be part of a cat's main diet as it is lacking in many vital nutrients the cat needs. Human grade tinned tuna is also high in phosphorous…
To make sure you have a Maine Coon cat you can check it's forehead and if it has an M for Maine Coon then you have a Maine Coon. I hope I helped. alot of cats have M's on their forhead but main coons do. They are mostly long hair, they're feet are usually more stubby then most cats because their feet work like snowshoes for winter. I think they have long tails too, if…