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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....
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If you have a garden or a balcony, you could make it “cat proof” which means that you prepare it in a way that your Maine Coon can´t escape. This way your Maine Coon could be outside and you wouldn´t have to worry about it....
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The easiest way to make sure that your Maine Coon comes back in the evening is feeding in the evening. This way your cat will always come back to get food and rest. You can also greet your Maine Coon with their favorite treat, this will definitely make sure that your cat understands that it is good to come home in the evening....
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There are some cats that should go outside though. Especially if you keep a single cat, you should consider letting your cat outside. Maine Coon cats are very intelligent and they get bored quickly if you are not at home and they don´t have a partner....
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Here is why Maine Coons trill. The trill is used as a greeting or to garner care. A cat’s use in this sound, beginning with their mother, is a command to pay attention. It is a happy go lucky vocalization that is utilized after kittenhood to communicate with their human....
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In small concentrations (. 1% to 1%), tea tree oil is tolerated and safe for cats and dogs. Unfortunately, the oil's popularity has resulted in larger numbers of households with bottles of 100 percent tree tea oil, and accidental ingestion or improper dilutions of this highly concentrated oil can be harmful to pets....
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Maine Coons are not classed as dangerous animals. Though large cats, they are gentle-natured and pose little physical danger to people. Aggression in Maine Coons can result from poor breeding practices or as a reaction to fear, provocation or pain....
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If you are thinking about getting a Maine Coon cat, you need to be fully aware of the cost. The first cost that you will experience is the cost of the kitten. If the parents are titled, the Maine Coon kitten will cost anywhere from $600 to $1000....
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Maine Coon cats are known for their chirping, and especially for their trilling. These two sounds are kind of like a cross between a meow and a purr. It's hard to describe in words! A chirp, as it's name implies, is shorter, and sounds very much like a greeting....
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The Maine Coon breed is historically an outdoor type of cat. The kind that roamed snowy forests and travelled on transatlantic ships. But nowadays, most Maine Coon cats are kept indoors for their own safety....
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