The Temperament of a Maine Coon Cat

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Maine Coon cats generally have a mild temperament with a very generous and mellow demeanor, as they will even try to break up feline fights. Learn about the Maine Coon breed of cat with advice from a cat behavioral therapist in this free video on pet care.

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Hello, my name is Carole Wilbourn. I'm The Cat Therapist here in New York City. In this clip, I'm going to talk about the temperament of a Maine Coon cat. Oh, my gracious. A Maine Coon cat is so generous and mellow-mannered. So generous and mellow-mannered -- yes, that's a Maine Coon cat. And a Maine Coon is usually big and very, very fluffy with the fluffiest, fluffiest tail. Something that's really terrific about a Maine Coon is that if you're arguing or if two cats are feuding, the Maine Coon will come and try to break it up just by being his or her mild-mannered self. In fact, let me tell you about the Maine Coon cat named Rags, who brought home his new companion through the kitty door. I'd say that was quite generous. In fact, Rags and his companion lived together for many, many years, and he really took care of her. Maine Coons can be marvelous. Once again, this is Carole Wilbourn, The Cat Therapist, in New York City.

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