Maine coon cat


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Maine coon cat

a breed of cats originating from shipboard cats that landed in the American state of Maine in the 19th century. Now recognized as a distinct breed, it is a very large, muscular, long-haired cat in a variety of colors, although originally tabby.
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Encouraged by wife Catherine - who, along with two new Maine Coon cats, shares 18th Century Owl Cottage where he used to live with Toby Jug - Denis, who'd previously written only academic books, self-published his story in 2004 before it was picked up by a mainstream publisher, Constable, and reissued in 2009.
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Top right: Prize winning Maine Coon cat Tinie Tempah sits on display
99) is set in Mississippi and tells of Charlie, a librarian with a rescued Maine coon cat who finds himself drawn into trouble when he returns to his hometown.
This Maine coon cat lives with Diana and Stewart Donaldson in Hawick, Roxburghshire.
MARLEY, a pedigree Maine coon cat, is quite adept at using a mouse pad when he catches up with all the latest "mews" online.
But, while the real star is here next week, this Tinie is a prize-winning Maine Coon cat known more for his distinctive pointy ears than his singing.
A LARGE Maine Coon cat sparked panic in St Osyth, Essex, last year when locals mistook it for a lion.
With three shorthaired and five longhaired cats, Debbie Salerno, chairperson of the board for Maine Coon Cat Rescue in Hazlet, NJ, knows all about cat hair.
Celebrated true-crime writer Ann Rule has her writing cat Fluffbutt Rule, and Hoag has her Maine coon cat Gryphon.
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