Maine Coon Cat (MCO)
It was originally a breed of America, which indeeds the actual name of the cat. The cat was first spotted in the state of Maine and since it is partially derived the name of the breed. Her second name,' Coon" has been assigned due to its tail, which strikingly resembles a teddy bear raccoon.
Maine Coon cats have very friendly nature. They are very playful and talkative pets. With people they are able to build a very strong relationship. They love children, get on well with other cats and even dogs. Their typical character is their friendliness and love. Of course, every cat is unique in character, and so between them you can find the one that is rather nestles close to their owners than in his arms. They are ready to participate in all activities and their playfulness they usually last a lifetime.
A particularly large and robust cat that has a sturdy, muscular body with strong bones. Males can weigh up to 10 kg and measure up to 1 meter. Neuters can achieve even greater weight to 12 kg. The cats are smaller than males and their average weight is about 6-7 kg.
They grow to full size relatively long and up between the third and fourth year of life.
Moderately long, broad, strong chin. High cheekbones deployed.
Big, tall and erect, mounted tufts of hair growing from the inside, the ends are pointed and ending with bristles.
Long, thick, slightly oily, with the desired collar around his neck.
Dominant, crested, as long as their body.