Binx

by Erika
(California, U.S.)

Thackery Binx was found underneath a house with a litter of his brothers and sisters.

His pedigree is unknown, although his mother has gray short haired "Russian blue" features. The father is unknown. The mother is wild and the litter as well.

Binx is a gray, silver and white kitten with fluffy medium hair.

His "Maine Coon" features are subtle lynx ear tufts and prominent toe tufts. He has a mane around his neck and a multi-layered fur coat that has subtle tabby pattern markings that are silver (hard to see in the pictures).

He has a square shaped muzzle, long build and green eyes. Binx does not meow much.

His mouth opens to form a meow but nothing actually comes out. He is extremely outgoing, plays continuously, climbs, is affectionate, social and loving. He purrs a lot.

We are wondering what if he could be part Maine Coon breed and if anyone else with expert eyes sees the Maine Coon features that we see.

Any insight would be appreciated.

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Arya

by Olivia
(Brooklyn, NY)

Maine Coon, Siberian, or Mixed?!


This is my precious little Arya, who is about 10 weeks old now.

I got her from a friend of a friend who didn’t know her exact breed. I think she strongly resembles a Maine Coon, but doesn’t have super tufted ears so I thought maybe she could be Siberian also or a mix between the two!

She’s got little red patches, a big one on the top of her head and I’m not sure if that is common in both breeds or just in Maine Coons.

If anyone could help me figure out what she might be I’d love to know! :)

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My Pretty Paige

by Julie
(Bedford, Texas)

We adopted Paige from a rescue when she was five months old. She is now 13 years young.

She is an incredibly smart cat and behaves more like a dog at times. She tells me about her day when I get home from work.

She knocks books off my nightstand one at a time to wake me up if she feels like her breakfast is delayed.

She weighs 14 pounds so I know that's not nearly Maine Coon size. At the rescue they said she was a mix but she doesn't "chirp". She never shuts up, but she doesn't chirp. She just carries on a conversation with me. What do you think?

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Mufasa

by Bekah
(USA)

Hi there. I got my almost 1 year old kitty from a local shelter.

As he got older I have had many compliments on how big he was or how cool he looked. I have many people tell me he is Maine Coon, Norwegian Forest, and Siberian Forest.

He does look like all 3 to me so could he be mixed? He is the only one who looks this way from his litter.

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Meet Lynx

by Jennifer
(SC United States )

Still a baby full of energy and very vocal already

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Freya

by Natalia
(Edinburgh)


What cat is she?


This is Freya or as we call her Fluffy bum. We adopted her when she was 6 months old.

We don't really know what her real cat mum looked like. Freya is a bit like dog. Mostly sleeps on the floor, very vocal especially if hungry or the toilet is not up to her standards.

She is a big cat. Very friendly but only to people she knows. If she is afraid she will hide in any tiny hole she can find.

She also doesn't hold anything against you. You can pet her fur (drama queen) and in a second she is back to being your best friend.

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Lexi

by Eliza
(Oh, USA)

Loves belly rubs

Loves belly rubs

She is a big girl and very loving toward her family, however, does not easily trust strangers.

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Marvel

by Susan Cook
(Usa Utica Kentucky )

She is so different from cats I've had. She's sweet, lovable and she doesn't have a normal cat meow.

She's very smart. She loves to be brushed. She sheds and sheds so much. I have to brush her twice daily. Do I have a Maine Coon?

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If you have a Maine Coon, you know how unique and different they are. You know you have a special cat!

Our E-Guide, The Care and Keeping of Your Maine Coon Cat, is full of info custom tailored to Maine Coons. Feel free to take a look, and review the table of contents to see for yourself!