Nala is a Maine Coon

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Posted on November 10, 2007 11:50 AM in Personal
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Our Cat Nala

My fiancée sent me this list of characteristics of Maine Coons this morning in email:

  • Their tails can be so bushy that the Maine Coon has earned the nickname the 'tail with a cat attached to it.'
  • Maine Coons have large ears, which can be tipped at the end with fur. This is a common trait of a Maine Coon, giving them their Lynx-like appearance.
  • Some Maine Coons enjoy playing with, but not usually in, water. They may dip toys in their water bowls before playing with them, or just tip the water bowl over.
  • Maine Coons occasionally engage in mischievous behavior when bored, such as deliberately pushing things off tables and the tops of refrigerators with their paws.
  • Maine Coons are a breed distinguished by intelligence, dexterity, and playfulness.

There is no doubt that our kitten, Nala, pictured above, is a Maine Coon through-and-through.

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