Maine Coon cat video – Funny Maine Coon cats and kittens playing

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Maine Coon cat video – Funny Maine Coon cats and kittens playing
Description: Quite long mix of clips where we can see funny Maine Coons playing. They are playing alone or with other cats or kittens, they play with toys, other cat tails and even water. Yes, you read well water. We know that Maine Coons are quite especial and are one of the few cats that they are quite water friendly. Some of our cats like to sleep even on wet bathtubs or shower plates. Going back to the video, I will conclude saying that if you like cats, you definitely will love it. Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Maine Coon: Myths, legends and lore surround the Maine Coon Cat. Some are amusing, some are fantastic flights of fantasy and some are merely plausible. They certainly provide good material for conversation. Books and articles dealing with these aspects of the Maine Coon cat have been well received as people never seem to tire of the subject and are always eager to know more about this wonderful breed.
Origin: The Maine Coon is a natural cat breed that originated in Maine. A journal article was published about the coon-cat of the late 1800s stating: “… all of them come from Maine, simply for the reason that the breed is peculiar as yet to that State.” “Coon-cats have been recognized as a distinct breed in Maine for so long that the memory of the oldest inhabitant runs back to their beginning.” “You will find them in almost any village in that part of the world.” The Maine cat was recognized as a distinct breed of cat long ago and known as the “coon-cat” in the mid 1800s prior to the Civil War in recorded history and documented early descriptions of the Maine cat by a well known and celebrated Maine author who lived in that era prior to 1850.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, domestic cats brought over on ships faced very severe winters in Maine, where only the strongest and most adaptable cats survived. “Natural selection (and climate) has had a significant effect on (longhair/Maine Coon) gene frequency in the 200-300 generations since domestic cats were introduced to America.” The Maine Coon developed outdoors into a large, rugged cat with a water-resistant, thick, longhair coat and a hardy constitution. The fur coat developed outdoors into a coat that is particularly unique and distinct from other long-hair breeds.

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What to watch:
Maine Coon Hunters: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?
list=PLGtypwUqiCTY2OZebXg86St56PQL6iQT6

Sweet Maine Coon Moments: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGtypwUqiCTbNw5yVbBzcTQ164MKIje2r

Maine Coon Kittens: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGtypwUqiCTYuN0KogTWD1QfGEssCAmcV

Funny Maine Coons: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGtypwUqiCTbIhrRfqqjSiEN2KSM87WvM

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