At Last Cats Maine Coon Gevalia and Blush

Red Maine Coons, ‘At Last Cats’ cattery – Gevalia and Blush, photographed at the Cherry Hill Show in January of 2008 TICA’s 2008 Jersey State Feline Fanciers Cat Show on January 19, 2008. — Photo ©copyright Helmi Flick

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At Last Cats Maine Coon Gevalia and Blush — 3 Comments

  1. I’m trying to download a picture of a red Maine Coon. My Granddaughter, Sydney, has a male who is one yr old and a bruiser! Unfortunately, he found a way out of the backyard after living here most of his life. We are trying to make a poster to post around here and at the Humane Society. The pictures of”regular ole cats” don’t do him justice with his long hair, bushy tail and mane. Could you email me a picture we could use that wouldn’t infringe on your copyrights? Thanks for your help. Jan King

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