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Maine Coon Kitten

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A maine coon kitten is hard to find at a rescue, as they have mostly adult cats. These cats make calm, gentle, and loving pets that are very good with children. They are very smart animals. Very friendly, these cats like to meow and make other sounds. They are loyal companions and make wonderful family pets. A maine coon kitten is hard to find at a rescue, as they have mostly adult cats.

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Maine Coon

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Maine Coon Kitten

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These cats are among the largest domestic longhaired cats found in the United States. The male cats are generally larger and heavier. Males typically weigh 12 to 15 pounds while females usually weigh 9 to 12 pounds. These cats have very wide-set eyes and come in a variety of colors. A maine coon kitten is hard to find at a rescue, as they have mostly adult cats.

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