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Hans Schrøder wrote in message ...

They've already been named and claimed - but we would never give them away before 12 weeks. It will be sad to see them go. They're so cute!
Mary wrote in message ...

I wish your mother had eaten her young.

Brilliant response.

I can't help how I FEEL!
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Oh! LoL, I thought you were talking about a RacCoon.

Nope just a Maine Coon.
Oh! LoL, I thought you were talking about a RacCoon.

It does happen inter-species, too, though. Just probably not as often. There's a woman on the binaries.animals group who rehabs ... a.. a... oh, rats! I've forgotten what kind of animal it was. A kitten? A chipmunk? Not a dog. Priscilla

I saw on the news once a momma cat nursing a baby deer that had been orphaned.
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My female cat birthed a litter about 4 weeks ago and to my surprise, my male cat (not the father ... around wondering what the hell happened too! Should I stop this?!? He's taking over the show here... This aint' right.

Our cat Moshi was the same with the litter we had last year, he used to snuggle up to them, wash them and as they grew older play with them, then when they were about 6 weeks got a bit rough with one, I ran over to them and he let go and moved off... the kitten just lay there, I picked it up by it was limp I thought it was dead, however it suddenly moved and carried on as if nothing had happened.
It frightened me so much, after that I never left him alone with them as he tried also pounced on them. He is a big Ragdoll cat!

He was just getting to heavy pawed for them :-)
SooZy
"Lee Waun" (Email Removed) schrieb im Newsbeitrag
Oh! LoL, I thought you were talking about a RacCoon.

Nope just a Maine Coon.

I read today that Maine Coons got their names because their tails look like the ones of racoons.
Is it true? Everybody please examine their cats' tails please ... :-)

Carola
Nope just a Maine Coon.

I read today that Maine Coons got their names because their tails look like the ones of racoons. Is it true? Everybody please examine their cats' tails please ... :-) Carola

I've noticed that tabbies have racoon tails. MLB
I've noticed that tabbies have racoon tails. MLB

Yeah, but Maine Coons' tails are bushy like a raccoons.

Cathy
Nope just a Maine Coon.

I read today that Maine Coons got their names because their tails look like the ones of racoons. Is it true? Everybody please examine their cats' tails please ... :-) Carola

Nope there tail is not at all like a racoon. They have a feather plume tail. Some also call it bottle washer tail. It has very long hair about 3 to 4 inches flowing from the centre out on each side and it hangs down. So when she rests her tail on the floor it is 5 or more inches of fur from side to side. It is very elegant to look at. Also there are no stripes on my coons tail. It is greyish with a black stripe the whole length of the tail. The fur on the underside of the tail is a yellow colour.
Check out this URL and you will see a pic of a maine coon with his tail in the air. That is a maine coon tail like mine has. See why it is called a feather plume tail. By the way the fur is just like angel hair it is so fine. I just love stroking it but my Maine coon never wants anyone touching her tail. She guards her tail constantly. Sob..

http://www.coonyham.com/males.html
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