8 Types of Angry Traits in the Maine Coon Cat Breed

 Hissing and Growling

Maine Coons may hiss and growl when they feel threatened or territorial. This behavior is a natural response to perceived danger.

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Tail Swishing

 Tail swishing indicates agitation or annoyance in Maine Coon cats. It's a warning sign that they may lash out if provoked 

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 Ears Flattened Back

 When Maine Coons flatten their ears back, it signals intense displeasure or anger. It's a clear sign to give them space.

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Dilated Pupils

 Dilated pupils suggest heightened arousal or aggression in Maine Coon cats. It's crucial to approach them calmly in such situations.

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Aggressive Posturing

Maine Coons may adopt aggressive postures like arching their back or puffing up their fur when feeling threatened or angry.

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Swatting and Scratching

Swatting and scratching are common aggressive behaviors in Maine Coons, especially when they feel cornered or provoked.

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 Vocalization

 Maine Coons may vocalize loudly when angry, using meows or yowls to express their frustration or discomfort.

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Withdrawal or Hiding

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