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A Girl Breeds Maine Coons Whose Faces Look a Lot Like Human Ones

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These are so hilarious!
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The world will be a better place once private breeding is outlawed. Notice how half of them have eyes that don't even point in the same direction as each other... When you selectively inbreed animals for a certain look, you are garbage and deserve to have your freedom taken away - regardless if you're killing the ones who don't make the cut aesthetically or not.
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exactly :(
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They actually look like the real "CATS" actors LOL
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hahaha well.... just a bit less creepy :p
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Cats are so beautiful creatures! I have adopted two cats myself, one during my trip to Greece and the other from Bulgaria. I am not against breeding but I do believe people need to get more familiar with adopting a pet. So many cute souls out there looking for a home :))
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I'm with you on that! We recently adopted a 2 yo doggy from a shelter and he's so cute and looks like he is always grateful to have a home. Also, he's taking good care of my twins when I'm not looking ???
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They do look like people though ? My boy Sammy would definitely be irritated by those looks ??
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"Which pets are blessed

With the fairest forms and faces?

Which pets know best

All the gentle social graces?

Which pets live

On cream and loving pats?

Naturalment! The aristocats"

Such Aristocats they are! ????
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I am curious to know how my face would look like on one of these kittens haha!
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If you're a cat lover I'm pretty sure you will look cool no matter what!
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+1 isn't that right? all cats are cutie pies!!!
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I'm pretty sure my son would LOVE to have one of these cats. Not sure about my husband though...
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9 months ago
Was there a comment here?
These new versions of Maine Coons cats are incredibly good looking!
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OMG! I can't with these! I need a thousand right away!!!! ????
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I am a cat lover. These cats are gorgeous!! I look at them & feel like I’m looking at the souls of real people. Simply uncanny ! Would LOVE to own one.
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Check out your local Animal Shelter. Yep, I've seen a Maine Coon Human-Face-Russian type at PIMA County, Tucson AZ shelter. Adopted one from the Alexander Animal Welfare League in Alexander, VA. Both seniors cats, both dumped by relatives after their elderly owners passed. Also adopted one 8mo Maine Coon-X from the Shelter in the Arlington, VA. Of course, so many PETFINDER and shelter listings are calling anything hairy "Maine Coon-X!" ....The flavor of the decade, and it gets cats sold lol!
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If you love animals then you don't produce for money in your wallet more when our shelters are over crowded and pets are being killed every single day. Shame on you.

Please stop reporting on this woman and other breeders and promoting the trend animal of the month.
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I want one so bad, but I know I'll never have enough money to buy one. I just lost a dog some one rat poisoner she was no. I have to other dogs and for my birthday I got a chinchilla. It's a wonderful thing to own a chinchilla. Now 2 things left to get A COON CAT & a munchkin.....the one coon I really likes was one I seen on Fb this week .grumpy old man . The look very mad looking .I find the help me to deal with loss of a dear MOTHER 228001 71YEARS OLD and a loving SON 2009....28 YEARS OLD .AND IM ON DISABILITY BECASE GRIEF LOVE ANIMAL MORE THAN PEOPLE .THEY HAVE STOOD BY ME TROUGH ALL IVE BEEN THROUGH MORE THAN PEOPLE UNCONDITIONALLY ......
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Sorry mother 2001 71YEARS OLD MISS DPEELING8
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2 years ago we found 2 little for balls hiding under one of our cars, they were not even 3 weeks old. So the wife and I started to bottle feed the pair. The male was my little pig for the first 3 months feeding every 4 hours. They both slept in our bed and now he is only a half breed, so he'll never get to the fill size of his potentials. We raised them with our min-pins, our blind dogs. Both on instincts too to the daily washing and helped nurture these two fluff ball. My coon is at 18 pounds and keeps the other cats in their perspective order. He follows me everywhere in the house, in the office he climbs up into my shoulders while I'm busy working. The female still is developing into her perspective of the coon theater.

A very loving pair of cats that play well with all our cats.
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