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Why does my Maine Coon not want to make friends?

Why does my Maine Coon not want to make friends?

If you come across a Maine Coon that is not friendly or seems to feel a bit nervous they are very likely coming from a bad situation–that’s how rare it is to find one that does not want to make friends.

What are the personality traits of a Maine Coon?

They are curious and love to interact with people and other pets. Most owners of Main Coons will agree that the males of the breed are far more outgoing than the females are. The males are larger and will go out of their way to entertain their human companions.

What kind of cat is a Maine Coon?

Maine Coon cats have several nicknames that people have bestowed upon them in direct relation to their personality traits. They are called the “gentle giants” and the “dogs of the cat world”. They are very intelligent friendly cats.

Why did my Maine Coon have to be put down?

My 13 yr. old male Maine coon went to the vet after he stopped eating. The vet said it was a problem with his pancreas and could clear it up but further tests showed bleeding around the heart so he had to be put down. What a great companion. Very loyal like a dog. He even watched over our two dogs.

How big should a 11 month old Maine Coon be?

At 11 months your Maine Coon kitten will be around 11 inches or 30 centimeters depending on the gender. Anywhere between 10-16 inches will be a normal range for any Maine Coon cat or kitten. 11 Month old Maine Coon cats are very active and take some naps now and then.

When to take a 8 week old Maine Coon kitten outside?

At 8 weeks, it should be a great time to check what vaccinations your Maine Coon kitten will need to go outside. Also, make sure you’re grooming your cat at this point. You can use a fine brush to brush your Maine coon kitten now and then. This will keep your kitten clean and looking fresh.

What kind of kidney disease does a Maine Coon have?

Polycystic Kidney Disease, or PKD, is a genetic disease in Maine Coon cats where small cysts in the kidneys develop. The cysts are present at birth, and they multiply and grow in size as the cat ages. As the cysts develop, they tend to replace normal kidney tissue. The kidneys increase in size, and this leads to a decline in renal function.