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Orange Female Maine Coon — 8 Comments

  1. Love my quiet orange female kit kat …her Dads was a main coon brother orange & her mom is the only female long haired maim coon. Torie kitten that lived out of a litter of 6. … mostlylong hared pertty boys but one orangr big male like his dad. 2 dads to this litter. Main cion kittens all but one.

    She “Taffy ” has her grandma, walks just loke a dancer with a long iong swishing back & forth tail .

  2. we also have a much loved ginger female main coon/cross too ,she also was abandoned by somebody we live in the bush in outback australia.
    she walked out of forest and into our house about 4 years ago and never left again she is very spoilt now. one of the first things we noticed was different about her was her voice not like any other cat id heard before. loves showing off by running up trees we spend time in the bush together if im standing looking in one direction she stands between my legs and looks in the opposite direction. we live on 40 acres she walks with us everywhwere but we have to carry her on the way home.if she doesnt like somebody that comes to our house she growls like a dog beautiful breed of cat.

  3. We think our ginger and white cat is a mixed Maine Coon Cat mixed our Trouble has the *M* mark on his Head.. But he also has alot of white, he also has the stripes legs Does this mean he may be a mixes Coon cat? How would I know for sure does anyone know???

    • Purebred Maine Coons can have tabby ginger and white coats because they are allowed under the breed standard. But the coat type does not tell you if your cat is a Maine Coon mix or not as many other cats, random bred and purebred, have a similar coat. You won’t know if your cat is a Maine Coon mix unless you have first hand evidence as to what his parents were or grand parents. If there was some purebred Maine Coon in the family then he is a Maine Coon mix. Appearance of the cat can give you an idea that he may be a Maine Coon mix but it is a bad test because purebred mix cats can look like moggies (random bred cats). In short you can’t be sure he is a Maine Coon mix. You have a really nice cat though and thanks for asking.

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