Unique Maine Coon Rescue

The Maine Coon’s behaviour, personality, and commitment are doglike for a cat particularly. A relatively modern breed, its development dates back just over two hundred years. It really is one of the biggest breeds of domestic house cat, with men growing up to 18 pounds at maturity, which is the only cat that can be stated to be truly North American in origin.

While it began with the American Northeast, its personality managed to get a popular house pet, and its hunting skills allow it earn its keep as a mouser. It really is a long-haired breed, having progressed to survive cool eastern winters. The coat is coarser than other longhaired breeds so that it doesn’t tangle as readily, and therefore requires less frequent grooming. The dense, bushy tail, roughly the length of your body, approximately, can be used for both agility and balance while hunting so that as insulation to stay warm while at rest.

Despite its current popularity, the breed’s true origin remains uncertain, although many myths have arisen to account for its appearance. The Genetic Impossibility theory suggests it arose from crossing local local felines with bobcats (or, as the name suggests, raccoons, presumably explaining the breed’s large size, pointed ear tips, and bushy tail.) The Intimate theory would posit a France connection suggesting Marie Antoinette attempted to escape France through the Revolution, packing her possessions, including several longhaired pet cats, on a fresh England-bound dispatch. This theory gets the dispatch arriving without her (decapitation having triggered her to rethink her travel programs), but transporting her cats, which proceeded to breed with the local short-haired cat population presumably.

A more likely explanation is that the Maine Coon is a result of evolution and natural selection at work: the survival of the fittest. Cats have been popular and useful household pets for centuries, both onboard ships and on farms as mousers. The arrival in New Britain of individuals from all across Europe blended bigger, short-haired cats from mainland Europe with stockier, longhaired varieties from Scandinavia and the north. Generations of advancement produced a cat well outfitted to survive severe winters.

The Maine Coon’s popularity skyrocketed in the later 1800s, where it won many Best in Show categories at major cat shows in NY, Boston, and Chicago. But its recognition dwindled at the turn of the century with the intro of exotic long-haired breeds like the Persian and Himalayan, to a spot where it was labelled extinct in the 1950s. Yet cat fanciers were able to resurrect the breed and restore it to its previous degrees of popularity, @[making it now the next most popular breed in THE UNITED STATES. No question it’s said cats have nine lives!

Maine Coon Rescue

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Natasha • Kitten Rescue from Maine Coon Rescue, source:kittenrescue.org
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Maine Coon Cat Rescue Groups Organizations And Resources from Maine Coon Rescue, source:cat-lovers-only.com
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East Coast Maine Coon Rescue from Maine Coon Rescue, source:k12academics.com
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Maine Coon – Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue from Maine Coon Rescue, source:purebredcatrescue.org
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East Coast Maine Coon Rescue from Maine Coon Rescue, source:eastcoastmainecoonrescue.org
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WV Ebony MCR s Web Page from Maine Coon Rescue, source:mainecoonrescue.net
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