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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_Coon

The first mention of Maine Coons in a literary work was in 1861, in Frances Simpson's The Book of the Cat (1903).

cattime.com/cat-breeds/maine-coon-cats

The Maine Coon is a native New Englander where he was a popular mouser, farm cat and, most likely, ship's cat! Learn more about the Maine Coon cat breed  ...

mentalfloss.com/article/76734/12-huge-facts-about-maine-coons

Mar 11, 2016 ... Thanks to their sizeable bodies and sociable natures, Maine Coons are known as the “gentle giants” of cats. Here are 12 facts about one of the ...

mainecoon.org/how-to-tell-if-a-cat-is-a-maine-coon

When you don't go to a breeder to purchase your kitten or full grown cat, it can be very difficult to tell if your cat is a Maine Coon or not. Many cats with long, ...

mainecoonadoptions.com/whats-a-maine-coon

“The dogs of the cat world.” That's the nickname Maine Coons have earned because they enjoy the company of people. Also called “gentle giants,” Maine Coons ...

www.boredpanda.com/maine-coon-cats

The Maine Coon cat is one of the largest domesticated breeds of felines. In fact, the title for the “longest cat” in the 2010 Guinness World Records was held by.

www.vetstreet.com/cats/maine-coon

The official state cat of Maine is -- you guessed it -- the Maine Coon. This plus- size cat, adorned with a beautiful neck ruff, dainty britches, tufted feet that ...

www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/cats-101/videos/maine-coon

This cat is large and in charge and the only cat that originated in America.

www.petfinder.com/cat-breeds/Maine-Coon

The Maine Coon Cat Breed: No breed has a monopoly on love and affection, but there's got to be some good reason that the Maine Coon has clawed his way up ...