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Reasons Why Cats Bite People Cats may bite people for a variety of reasons, including improper play habits in childhood, overstimulation, affection, and more. Hostility toward people is a common cat behaviour problem....
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When you see these things, ease off the petting and just enjoy your cat’s presence without touching him for a while. You can also work off some of your cat’s restlessness by handing him a stuffed animal to bite, lick and bunny kick, or by engaging him in a play session with a fishing-pole toy....
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One of the most common reasons why your Maine Coon cat bites you is because they want attention. Since they cannot talk (well, only in gentle chirps and trills as explained in this article of mine), a Maine Coon might try to gain your attention by biting your hand or leg....
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Maine Coon breed is considered the biggest of the domestic cats in the world. The biggest known Main Coon was a male called Stewie, which was accepted in 2010 in the Guinness Worlds Record. It was 123 cm (48 in) long from the tip of its nose to the tip of its tail....
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One of the things that you should know is that a purebred Maine Coon is definitely going to cost you a higher amount of money. These cats have become very famous for their majestic looks and their large size, and you can expect to pay anywhere between $400 and $2,000 for a purebred Maine Coon....
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As I said, you can keep a Maine Coon as an indoor cat, there is no problem. In fact, we keep our Maine Coon, Maze, as an indoor cat as well and Maze is doing fantastic. There are some cats that should go outside though....
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Many cat owners think that adult cats can´t learn this, because they would freak out when putting on the harness. This is absolutely not true. Of course, this depends on your Maine Coon cat´s personality and yes, in most cases it is easier to train a kitten, but the age doesn´t really matter....
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Maine Coons do eat a lot if you let them. Be careful to give your cat the correct amount of food for its size and lifestyle. For instance, an indoor cat will require less food than an outdoor cat. Don’t let your Maine Coon become overweight as this can lead to numerous health issues....
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Cat Tree Kings Cat Mansion Cat Tree King’s cat furniture is definitely the best there is when it comes to the best cat tree for your Maine coon. This tree is HUGE and comfy. Your cat will love spending hours sleeping in the large, soft beds or running up and down the tower while scratching, rolling and doing what cats do, lol....
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Domestic cat (Felis catus) The Maine Coon is the largest domesticated cat breed. It has a distinctive physical appearance and valuable hunting skills. It is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America, specifically native to the state of Maine, where it is the official state cat....
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The great outdoors offers endless opportunities for an inquisitive Maine Coon to explore wider spaces and encounter new sights, smells, tastes, textures, and experiences, stimulating its natural curiosity and wellbeing....
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Climbing is an instinct and it is hard-wired in cats to engage in such behavior, especially Maine Coons. Continue reading for some suggestions about ways to help your Maine Coon enjoy climbing, what to do if your Maine Coon gets stuck and more....
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Let’s first examine the positive aspects of taking your Maine Coon cat walking. Walking your Maine Coon cat on a leash and harness just suits the wild nature of large Maine Coons and other big cats! (Ahem!...
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Therefore you have to get your Maine Coon to get used to the harness. There are many people who use the clicker method for this, but it also works if you just get the treat your Maine Coon likes most and offer it when working with the harness....
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A harness is perfect to walk your Maine Coon. Please don´t use a collar. Especially in the beginning, your Maine Coon might be a little bit nervous when being outside and if something unexpected happens, your Maine Coon could go seriously wild and try to escape from the leash....
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