Welcome to the May Photo Album! The weather is warm and beautiful, but not as beautiful as these Maine Coon Cats!
Meet Honeycoon Brisco Blue. He is a Blue Classic Tabby born on 10/31/12, thus his name Briscoe Blue. He is now 6 months old and weighs in at 8 lbs.
He was my birthday and Christmas present from my husband purchased from breeders Karen and Ira Multer with Honeycoon.
He has been a wonderful addition to our family with his little chirp and curious nature. He has the sweetest disposition and as charming as can be, always wanting attention.
I love best when he snuggles with me and adds his little chirp to his purr as he settles down for sleep. What a beautiful breed!!!!
Sharon: Beautiful! I love seeing the blues and silvers; we have a blue classic too. His name is Elliot. Pics: Photos of Elliot
Max was a stray, he was living under a co-worker's shed. She began to feed him, and he was a little shy and scared. She couldn't take him into the house due to allergies.
I came to meet him and he warmed up to me right away. Took him to the vet, before bringing him home to meet my other cat.
That was 7 years ago and since then my other cat has passed on, but Max continues to be my loyal companion. He is very much a "people cat" and sometimes almost dog-like. He's got a personality like I've never seen and has to be in the same room wherever I am.
He is a blessing to me.
Pat in Ocala: I was sorry to hear about your older cat - I'm sure she had a happy life with you. Max was fortunate that you came into his life. He is a beautiful cat! May you have many more happy years together.
My husband found him at a shelter and fell in love with him, brought him home at 6 weeks old. We had a hard time at first because he Had to be neutered before we took him home. Long story ...... He was very sick, we thought that he wasn't going to make it but he did. He's now about 2 years old.
Well his name is Merlin because he is a magic cat and I have so many questions. My main concern is I have a sweet female cat that loves the outdoors and I am so scared that my Coon can get diseases from my outdoor cat I have decided to keep him indoors as my previous cat contracted feline lukemia and it terrifies me and I am currently building a cat enclosure 12meters by 6 meters just for Merlin and wonder if it would by fair to enclose my female too.
Merlin is now 6 months old and time for him to by neutered, he is so beautiful I would have loved to see if he had kittens be that won't be I suppose. He is friendly & lovable keeps me mentally sane as my cats is my mental health medicine and calms me. I can give cats more love than what they want because sometime I stroke them so much that I irritate them to a point where they attack me without nails.
I was heartbroken after my cat Tiger died. My youngest son got me Merlin and he didn't come cheap from the breeder.
Would love to chat via e-mail to a person with extensive knowledge of Maine Coons.
ps: My female is also a cool cat her name is Jessy
This is my 7 month old Maine Coon, Harvey Milk. He is the first pedigreed cat that I have ever owned, having always had rescued moggies in the past.
Because Maine Coons are a relatively new breed in Australia, there aren't many that need rescuing, let's hope it stays that way!
Harvey is the most loving, hilarious, devoted companion I've ever had. I can't wait to spend many long, happy years together.
Kerri: He is a beauty!!!! You should be very proud of him...which I'm sure you are! I can only imagine how much bigger he will get. Please submit updates.
Karen: He is beautiful Coonie. Just looking at him he is going to be a big georgous cat when grows up. We are from Coburg Melbourne.
Mist was born on March, 18, 2012. She's the only girl of a 4 kittens litter.
Very sweet like her mama, Coockie. She loves to chase her brothers and play with her toys.
Sharon: What a beautiful kitten, just gorgeous.
Penny: That's just to sweet.
Benny's funniest pic ever
I adopted Benny from a local shelter just over 7 years ago. I'd always wanted a Maine Coon, but refused to 'purchase' a cat from a breeder!
The instant I saw him I knew he was the real thing. As those first weeks passed it became more and more obvious how MUCH of an MC he is! He displays each and every one of the characteristics of an MC, both physically and personality-wise!
He's even a polydactyl on one paw. He's extremely talkative, his personality is as big as he is!
He's always at the center of everything, he follows me all around the house, comes when I call him and even is waiting at the laundry room door as soon as he hears the garage door opener (my husband says he comes flying out of whichever part of the house he's in to get there!), and will actually yowl through the door if I'm not fast enough at getting inside. LOL He is literally my dog-cat.
When I lost my petite non-MC elderly female a couple of weeks ago I knew it was time for Benny to have an equally sized MC brother.
A few short weeks of perusing the local shelters websites and Ozzie was found and brought home where he and Benny have literally become "Brothers from another mother". Fabulous to see them together! :)
He is a silver Mackerell one and half years old
Teresa: What a pretty cat! My Maine Coons also love to sleep in the sink.
Sophie trying to get some sun!
I was given Sophie by a lady that lives in Florida and she was 9 weeks old when I got her.
She loves to fetch her "jingle ball" and loves the water in the bathroom sink. We play peek-a-boo and she loves to be affectionate but on her terms...and usually first thing in the morning before I get up. She licks my fingers and lays her head very intentionally flat on my hand or arm.
I am disabled and have some ladies that come to my house to check up on me and she actually put herself between me and the nurse when she was taking my BP...!!! I have never seen another cat behave in the intelligent way that she does and she is truly my sunshine. Thank you for listening and posting her picture.
I was told by a vet that she looks full blooded Maine Coon but I only know she is my "little girl". Sincerely, Sybil.
Frances: She sounds wonderful, and looks just like my Oscar. Maine Coons are most definatly, a cut above your average moggy, although I don't tell my other 3 that. I hope you have many happy years together.
She is shy, but very sweet. Lacey greets me when I wake up and when I get home.
Pat in Ocala: Lacey is a very pretty kitty. Some cats are shy, but with time she may mellow out.. I hope you and Lacey have many happy, heallthy years.
I'm Viola Cruz I have three cats. Misty Cloud, who is a long hair domestic and Patch who is a shorthair and he's 3. And then there's little Rufus, or Rufie Lou, or Rufus Louis. take your pick. *lol*
I have never had a purebred cat before, so if I make any mistakes, please don't hesitate to let us know what we're doing wrong.
Dee Kangas: Cats are Cats whether pure bred or mixed, they want to know they are loved. So do not worry about making mistakes, it is obvious that you love him and provide him with a loving home!
king of the cat tree
He has many names that I call him, depending what he is up to? His first name is Mr. Thomas, (aka) Mr. Stretch, Tommy Kitty, Mr. Rollie, etc.
Thomas is 15 years old and has the deepest purr,(it reminds me of a lion purring). He absolutely loves people and baby kittens and is so sweet, good natured and absolutely afraid of nothing.
Being born in the woods behind our home in Massachusetts, he was 5 months old when he found us, and never left, to my great joy! He is 18 lbs and has never killed anything. One day he brought a one day old baby mallard duck home (unhurt) that had lost its' family to a fox the night before. I brought the duckling to the bird rescue the next day.
There are too many things and so many stories I could tell you about, like when he got sprayed by a skunk and let me give him a bath in the tub...willingly!!!! Never again though! He is a character! and we love him so very much.
I love your website!
More About Thomas:
Mister Thomas (AKA) Mister Stretch, Mister Rollie, Sweetie Man, Tommykitty, etc., all names, for obvious reasons. He is 15 years old. Thomas found us at 5 months old, brought to our home in Massachusetts by his old coon cat father who was living in the woods and was abandoned when a neighbor from Maine moved back to that state and left Tommy's father behind 6 years earlier.
Two days later, Tommy's father came by with Tommy kitty, I think, to say good bye...we never saw him again. We think he wanted Tommy kitty to have a good home. Actually, we are the ones that were blessed, what a cat! So funny, so sweet, never killed anything, he just liked to watch the chipmunks and birds.
One time, he came home with a one day old baby Mallard duckling in his mouth and presented it to us as the duckling was peeping away. Thomas, wide-eyed, sat there so sweet. We had known where the nest was and found that a fox had killed the entire family of Mallards that lived out back by a small pond the night before and apparently, the baby hatched the following morning and Thomas heard it peeping. That was the sweetest act of kindness that my husband and I had ever seen, incredible that a cat would do that but not really, is it? Coon cats are special and very smart.
Mister Thomas is an exceptional guy and we thank him for his presence in our family. I can't make the bed or fold the laundry on the bed, without Mister Thomas knowing and totally hindering my chores. I mean, sometimes it takes me an hour to make the bed and when he gets those LONG claws into the sheets or towels or socks, I decide I'll come back later. Of course..he looks at me so innocently!!!!
I could go on and on about the antics of my wonderful Mister Thomas...I could write a book about him. Thank you so much for this website, it is a joy looking at all the pics and seeing that others love their special family members...just like we do.
We just picked him up on 5/11. We love him!
Debbie: That kitten is adorable!!! I am trying not to get a kitten right now, and this makes it hard.
After we lost our cat of almost 14 years in December, 2011, we decided to try to get a Maine Coon.
I didn't have much luck finding one for a few months, until we found a little girl about 8 months old at a cat show. We picked her, changed her name to Gypsy Rose and brought her home!
Wow, what a cat!!!!!!! She is the most intelligent cat I have ever seen. She knows where we hide things (like her stick with feathers on it) so she can't reach it--but she can!!!!
She is always into something, but one look at her face will melt your heart! She loves to play (mostly at 5am) and watch birds! She comes running when you come in the door and follows us everywhere-she can be asleep (we think, anyway), and we sneak into the kitchen for a snack, turn around and there she is looking up at us "Where's mine"?
She loves to eat yogurt out of a spoon for a snack, and of course she loves water. She hates getting combed or brushed, so I put on gloves; she stands up for a snack, and then I comb her belly while she gets the snack--You have to be innovative with this one!!!!
She is a pretty girl and knows it-I am looking forward to retiring soon and staying home to take care of my "baby" for a long time!
The look on her face is like....
To him, Salem is his best friend... but i'm pretty sure to her, Puff is her biggest nemesis! lol This pic was taken when he was 8 weeks old, he is MUCH bigger now and easily dominates her in their play sessions!
One thing I've learned in my experience with felines and canines is dogs have owners..... but cats have "Staff" and they have us well trained! :-)
Salem is a little priss in regards to EVERYTHING! While Puff is more like a dog than anything, as long as he can lay by your feet and get his forehead scratched he is happy!
Both of their personalities are huge and both are an absolute joy to be around!
Debbie: I am owned by 2 Bombays and 2 Maines. It is fun to watch how they play with each other. Looks like your cats are happy too!
Hi! My name is Moon. I'm a 5-year-old Coon cat who is very lucky that my forever mom took me in.
It took me a LONG time to realize that my forever mom was going to keep me no matter what and not let me go. I wasn't exactly the sweet, adorable kitty my mom says I am now. It took a long time for mom and I to decide on food that I liked and that didn't cause me distress. Took me weeks to realize my mom wasn't being mean to me when she had to clean me after each litter box trip.
But we both learned together about this and so much more and I'm so happy she took the time to learn. I also love to talk and show off how cute I can be by rolling on the floor and showing my fluffy tummy off. Mom says I'm quite the character.
I'm glad I got a forever home without having to go to some place called a "humane society." I'm a very lucky Coon and will follow my mom around wherever she goes while she sings "I'm being followed by a Moon shadow" to me. Now it's time for a little catnip and some play and some snuggles and kisses (my favorite things!) before bed.
I got my Maine Coon about four months ago and I fell in love instantly! He is one of the coolest cats I have ever owned.
He's playful and talkative and very entertaining! I will never get a cat except for Maine Coons from now on!
My Flash is 3 years old as of the 10th of May. He is 10 lbs and full of energy. He is always waiting for me when I get home after work.
Olivia got out last week due to workers in the house who opened a screen, though there were signs saying not to because of our three cats.
I trilled and trilled, called her name, knocked on doors, and put up hundreds of flyers. I had the neighbors and police looking for her as well. Such wonderful people. (I made cookies for the whole town, I think) I was out all night long, every night, into the morning. I was desperate to find my baby.
I had the help of a 12 year old girl and her father, who walked the streets with me, searching for Olivia. The little girl was afraid of cats, yet did it anyway because she saw I was so sad. I even taught her about cats while we were looking, and she was so interested...I think she wants one now.! :) She even got me to climb and jump a 15 foot fence in order to look in a park behind our house..let's just say I am no longer 12, and it didn't end well for me!
After four days, a very hungry, tired, wet Coon poked her head out of the bushes near our porch, and I trilled to her, and she ran to me. I took her to the vet that day, and she's fine. She has reorganized her "cave" in my closet, and I got her a bunch of new toys. She is remarkably okay.
She jumped right back up into the same window she went out of when she got home after her bath, but has a very different expression on her face now. "I've been there".
My beautiful girl.
One picture is us at the vet...I brought her in a cat carrier, but she decided my little black bag was a much better idea. Don't ask me how a 13 pound cat fit her butt into it, but she did!
The other is the regular, helpful Olivia, a few days later, chiding me on laundry day.
Ginni P: So happy you found Olivia. My cat Lola is an indoor cat and we havce just put in stage one of her new cat run. She was a bit reluctant to use it at first but now loves it and is the Mayoress of Walpole Lane...nothing escapes her attention. Lola sends Olivia a big chirp!!
Deidra Varvel: So happy you found her. A happy ending!
Anastasia Brukman: I am SO HAPPY you found your darling baby girl. I would of been devasated beyond words. A lovely touching story.
Cathy: Oh my gosh, I am so, so glad you found your sweet baby! Afetr all you have ben through with her. I would have had to do the same if my Willowmouse got out. I don't think I could have done anything at all until I had found her. They truly are our babies
Carrie: Thank you all for your kind words. It doesn't always end so well when a pet goes missing. We are so incredibly lucky that she is as smart and resourceful as she is. No matter what I did to find her, she was the one that made it back. She's very brave. True Coon :)
Sherry , Wanda: I am so glad you found your baby! My Tiberius got out of our house-still haven't figured out how he did it- about two weeks ago. We searched for about two hours and found him-after it started to rain and was dark, of course. So glad your story ended well.
Arky is 7... Or 6. m not sure I have inherited him. He's decidedly stressed at the moment, on account of moving house. I've moved house, he's come with me of course. I don't think he's up to negotiating lease contracts just yet.
Anyway, here he is.
Thomas sleeping in his favourite position!
I love cats, all cats but my two adult moggies are particularly independent. I've had a life long fascination with Maine Coons, mostly because of their looks and their size but never realized what absolute sweethearts they are. I started looking for a rescue MC or Wegie, but living in a small town and in South Africa, these cats aren't that common!
I saw an ad for the beautiful Maine Coon x American Shorthair kittens and arranged to collect my baby. I met the breeder's husband half way on the four hour journey. On our way home, he escaped from his basket and sat on my lap for 3/4's of our way home. By the time we reached home, I was in love!
Thomas has turned out to be an absolute joy! He is very curious and very funny and has managed to befriend both my other cats. During the first week, he deposited himself on my old cat's chair (who has a reputation for being very grumpy)! I should add that Old Cat was on his chair at the time!
My young female cat moved out for two weeks, but has since decided that she wouldn't mind having a friend and they spend many hours playing together. We can hear them communicating with many little purry chirps and they are very cute together.
He has even managed to charm our Great Dane! Whenever I go to the bathroom, he isn't far behind and when I go for a shower before work he sits on my clean clothes just to make sure that I will not forget about him during the day. He talks a lot and has become the designated alarm clock and meower for their meals.
He has inherited many Maine Coon characteristics: He talks a lot, he loves water, he is my devoted follower and friend and it is almost like having a dog except that he is a whole lot cooler! He gets along exceptionally well with all animals and is not intimidated by doggie strangers!
At six months he has outgrown my female cat and will be as big as my male cat in a month or two! He already weighs 4.6kg's!!!! That's approximately 10 pounds! I can't wait to see how big he will become!
My husband died just a month today and I am still in grief and my neighbors told me to get a dog or a cat to keep me company.
So yesterday I went to see Tiger Lily and just fell in love with her. She is so sweet and intelligent and well trained. She's about 4 years old. My neighbor has a friend who rescues animals and Tiger Lily was one of the animals she rescued.
She said she doesn't want to be around other cats but didn't mind to be around with dogs. Because in her house she would stay in her bedroom where the dogs are. I don't know if she's a pure bred of Maine Coon or mix.
It's our 2nd day together and I guess I am ready to give her a new home.
Maddy Dowling: Dear Reggie, I am so happy for you that you and Tiger Lily are in each other's lives! MY "Tiger Lily" was with me for 15 years. Now, there is Oliver. Such little creatures have a way of filling the empty spaces with endless joy. Have the most wonderful of times with little Tiger Lily!
Dennis & Anita: Reggie, We are so sorry to hear for the loss of your husband... Take it a step at a time... Sounds like an angel has been sent to you, in the furry form of Tiger Lily! You will be okay! She sure does look Maine Coon-ish! Dennis & Anita
Carol: So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Will pray for God to comfort you and give you strength! I am sure you'll find comfort in the form of your new furry friend, Tiger Lily. She reminds me of our Rambo! There is never a dull moment with a coonie around! Bless you.
Sherry, Wanda: I have a Maine Coon named Tiger Lily and she looks very simalar to yours. Wonderful cats the Maine Coons. Enjoy your new baby
the way to tell if maine coon is forward between eyes look for letter M.
We recently found Danny Boy as an orphan, we believe him to be 7-8 weeks old. I believe him to be a Maine Coon Mix due to his size, coat & markings but would like confirmation. Any information is appreciated.
We adopted Pomegranate from a shelter on December 17, 2011 at 5 months old. We don't have much background on him.
Now he is about 10 months old, and his tail looks striped just like a raccoon's. We always get comments about how big he is. He's very long.
His eyes are copper, and he looks so much like the Red Maine Coon cats on your site. We can't help wondering if he is full or part Maine Coon.
I'm not sure if my boys are Maine Coons or not. But from all the reading I've done here and all the pics, they look like it and have the personality of the Coons.
I've had Gizmo (blk. & silver) since he was born, he sleeps at my feet every night on "his" pillow. Mr. Whiskers I've had since he was weened, and he is Gizmos daddy. If someone can give me a idea if they are Maine Coons please let me know.
This is Jasper, He is 2 and 1/2 years old. I got him from a friend when he was 7 weeks old. He doesn't look like his mother or father or any of his siblings. He is a talker, making all sorts of different sounds when he meows. He is also Mr Personality.
Here is Tuisku
Here is my cat, Tuisku.
He was six months old when we got him. Friend told me that they got over ten cats who needed a home and if I would like to buy one. They were rescued and placed to a local vet. Full story is unknown to me, but I now that this cat stole my heart the moment I saw him.
Silly, skinny, fluffy tailed, moron. That is my cat- well, he is not so skinny anymore. We play daily some fetch; I make a paperball and my cat runs like a maniac to get that ball and brings it back so I can throw it again. He likes to talk with his silly voice and when he wants something everybody knows it - he is very stubborn and noisy.
This cat likes to stay on peoples route, and at least once a week someone steps on this "little" cats tail.
My son can do nearly anything to Tuisku, and this strange cat just keeps looking my son with his really round eyes and "not-so-smart-look" on his face (my son is 4-years and loves this cat, so he wants to hold it as often as possible). "Tuisku" plays some wrestling with our other cat. This other cat is six years old and we call him "Nasu" (= Piglet), he was a rescued cat too. Tuisku is now 16 months old and his weight is 4,8 kg.
So is this silly "little" cat a Maine Coon?
ps. This "little" cat is actually larger than our six years old piggy :P
He was a cat I adopted from a local shelter. He is absolutely adorable and adores anyone that will give him attention.
He is also an eater, we go through food like crazy, he is also a fan of anything that may fall on the floor, or the dog treats that don't get eaten quickly enough. He has a fun personality and always needs to be the center of attention.
I can usually not type on my computer without a visit from Sam trying to lay on the keyboard. He is a fan of anything that moves, his favorite toy is a mouse on a stick, which he carries around with him. He is also a fan of the dogs rope bone. His paws are enormous for how old he is. He is only 8 months old and his paws are way bigger than the 2 and 3 year cats we have.
He has very "furry" toes as well. He has a very "dog" like personality, always waiting at the door for me and my fiance to come home from work, greeting us with meows of joy, or that he wants food.
first met at shelter
Kato is a Male cat from local shelter, I got him when he is 3 month old, he is currently one year and 7 month old and weight 13lb. Just very curious is he might have Maine Coon mix in him since he has ear tufts, long fur comes out of toes hairy tail. His personality is very sweet but very shy to strangers. Never bites or attacks anyone. When there is only me and him he always follows me around like to sleep next to me.
I'm trying to figure out if he is over size for his age, since lots of people mention if is Maine Coon 13lb will be normal size for male and could be bigger. :)
I also look at lots of pictures of domestic longhair cat from internet, they look very similar as well.. Just want to make sure he is healthy at his weight currently. No matter what breed he is I still love him.
So what do you guys think? :D
Jill: There are other cats posted right on this page who look very like Kato (see Moon). Kato looks a lot like my Jonesy, who was posted in February, and I am convinced he is a Maine Coon mix. I think you can be pretty sure Kato is, too! He even has tufts on the ends of his ears!
I was wondering if Taz was a Maine Coon cat or maybe a mix. I don't know anything about his parents or him, other than he was the runt of the litter and after momma cat pushed him out, he was raised by a friend of mine.
She couldn't take him to her apartment so I took him in. He is quite the cat. He loves to sleep with my son but he is something of a bed hog. He loves to open the door to the bathroom and try to help out whoever is in there. He loves to sneak up on us! For a large cat, he can be silent when he wants to be.
Kathy Scharf: Taz is definitely a Coon, maybe 100%. He has tufts on his ears but I can't see his paws to see if they do too. Does he chirp and follow you around? They also have very unique sleeping and lounging positions. Sometimes their paws are straight out or one paw hangs down lower than the other when they are high up on something. He is absolutely adorable! Enjoy him.
Her name is Dr. Puss. I got her when she was three months old and shes almost three years old now. She is awesome! Very friendly and has a lot of dog like qualities! Very loyal!!
She's at the door when I get home from work and follows me around the rest of the day. I'm in her sight whenever I'm home... She also loves drinking off any faucet any time she can and has a certain way of letting me know what she wants whether it be food or water or just attention.
I couldn't ask for a better friend! If you think she's 100 percent please let me know. She's pretty small for a Maine Coon cat but she just turned three.
This is my daughter's cat, he's about 8 weeks now. He looks to have some Maine Coon in him, but since I'm no expert what do you guys think ??
Dennis & Anita: Look at those ear feathers! And look at those big soft feet! Could be Maine Coon-ish!
Here is my handsome rescue who comes with an amazing story. He got his name because as a kitten he was grabbed by a hawk while in the yard with his mother and siblings.
The owners weren't paying attention but the hawk dropped Hawkeye from a height of about 15' and although he was bleeding from claw marks, he survived. He was taken to a vet where he was treated but the owners did not pay his bill. A lovely lady from PetFinders heard of his story and took him in as a foster care kitten.
I adopted him last December, 2011 and he is the absolute joy of our house. He is 11 months old with his first birthday coming June 11. Hawkeye is a water boy for sure. Never a morning we don't find toys, socks, kibble floating in the water bowls.
Super in your face personality, speed racer and even qualifying as goofy when the mood hits him. Very sweet, affectionate and 'talks' to and at us round the clock it seems:)
He shares our home with a 11 month old female Persian, Jade and a senior male, Jack. Everyone has been spayed/neutured. Thinking of getting another but will see.
This has been the worst year of my life and it was just the right time when my baby came along. Just having this wonderful cat has made the hard times much easier to deal with.
I was at a friend's house (whom I seldomly visit because we live so far apart), when I heard this cat meowing very loudly at the front door late at night. I opened the door and he flew in with his tail straight up in the air. He looked right at me and it was an instant connection. He was starving and just a baby. He fit in one hand. I gave him all the food he wanted and I had my mind set that he was going home with me!
From that night on, he licks all over my face and kisses me on the lips and he never has done that to anyone else. He follows me around like a dog, has huge feet that are webbed, fetches (I didn't even teach him this), has a clumsy silly attitude, good natured, and LOVES me!
I have never had or seen such an intelligent cat! I saw a big beautiful Maine Coon a week ago and told my friend, he looks just like my cat! I started investigating online and that's how I came to this site. And it's a wonderful wealth of knowledge about the bred.
From everything I have read, TAZ fits every description of a Maine Coon. So, do you think I have one of these lovely creatures on my hands? He is a year and 2 months old and of small stature.
I don't care if he never gets any bigger, his huge heart makes up for it!!!
Mari: Oh my goodness yes! he most definitely has MC in him!! What a wonderful story!! :)
Donna Riese: He is definitely a Maine Coon! He has all the characteristics.
My kitten is about 10 weeks old. I believe she is a Coon cause her paws and markings look of the Maine Coon breed.
I had a Siamese mix that was 10month and my kittens paws at 9 weeks was as big as my Siamese mix. My kitten is very fluffy and she is medium to long haired.
Mary: Fluffy is beautiful, and exactly the type of kitty I am looing for. Is she being used a "model" or does she need a home?
Carloine: My Maine Coon's name is Fluffy, too! He looks almost the same.
We adopted these 10-month-old cats about a month ago and they came from a shelter after being abandoned at a Vet clinic.
They both have the distinctive "M" on the forehead and are very affectionate. The shorthair is more of a lap cat than the longhair, they are very playful and display many of the Maine Coon characteristics. Since one has shorthair I would assume they are a mix.
Portia: They are very beautiful boys! However I think they are Domestic Longhairs - a mix of something lovely, but probably not Maine Coon. All tabby cats have the M on the forehead, not just Maine Coons. Beautiful boys!!!