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Maine Coon Type

“Maine coon types are known for their thick coats, making them popular in the fashion industry or as therapists.”

ID: 0214
Type: Maine Coon
Category: Creature
Height: 4.5 inches
Max Health: GOOD (5)

Cat types generate a passive aura of calmness and mellowness. Those affected are more prone to laying around or even outright taking a nap, especially if there is a sunbeam nearby.
Physical Appearance: Maine coon types have fluffy fur with splotched markings all over their bodies, broken up by a large marking on their face and belly. Their hands and feet end in paws. They have a long, fluffy tail, a collar with an oval-shaped pendant, and six whiskers on their face, as well as large round eyespots and pointed earnubs.
Voice: Meows and purrs.
Skin: Soft, medium-length fur.
Fluid: Standard fluid.
Special Attributes: None.
Other Notes: Subtype of Cat type.

Maine coon types are often found near places that have cold winters and warm summers, near water. They are surprisingly adaptable to many places but may need to have their fur trimmed if they plan to live somewhere particularly hot. They are often good at swimming, farming, fishing, “hunting”, or modeling, but most just enjoy spending time on the water. While often viewed as a pampered breed, they are working cats who thrive off having things to do. They're social cats, who love having friends and love having attention. Cuddling while napping is a favorite activity among them, but not all maine coons want to be touched unless particularly close. They love fish and other meats usually, with some also expressing a fondness in shellfish. Maine coons can mimic other tcp sounds with surprising ease, usually sticking to mice and birds naturally but they can learn to imitate more complicated sounds. This doesn't mean it perfect, but its still a party trick that entertains many people.

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