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catwoman wrote at 2007-12-14 00:20:12
I have a 1/2 Siamese, 1/2 Maine Coon and he is one of the best cats I have ever had.  Best personality...I am looking for another one.  But, you might be better off breeding a Male Siamese with a FEMALE Maine Coon to avoid the possible birthing challenges.

nush wrote at 2010-06-15 10:34:12
welll......i got a siamese cross maine coon and shes beautiful the most loving cat ever!!!1 and there was noproblems with the birth ! x

Martie wrote at 2013-02-07 02:48:18
I love the Siamese bread and have had them most of my life, but I also like the look and texture of the Maine Coon.  Since points are the only color not found on the Coons, I would think that if you could cross them and get the size and fur of the Coons, and the points of the Siamese, and of course the blue eyes, that it would make a beautiful cat.  And I would love to have a pointed cross.


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Norman Auspitz


I can answer most non-veterinary questions about cats. My particular expertise is pedigree cats, breeding and showing. However, I am versed in feline behavior, cat breeds and their characteristics, general feline husbandry, and the like.


I judged for the Canadian Cat Association from 1975 until 1982. I am currently an approved allbreed judge for the Cat Fanciers'' Association (the world''s largets cat registry), and have been judging for them since 1991. I have been breeding pedigreed cats since 1971 and have been exhibiting pedigreed cats in shows since 1970. I obtained my first pedigreed cat in 1970 and have never looked back. In 1971, I obtained my first Abyssinian which has become my primary breed. In addition, I have bred Manx and Persians. Currently, besides the Abyssinians, I am also breeding Maine Coons.

Cat Fanciers'' Association, inc. (CFA) and the Manx, Maine Coon, and Abyssinian breed councils. I am currently Abyssinian breed council secretary.

Cat Fancy Magazine, The Abyssinian Chapter in The Cat Fanciers'' Association Complete Cat Book, and Articles for various editions of The Cat Fanciers'' Association Yearbook

I received a B.S. from Drexel University in 1968, a M.Math from University of Waterloo, in 1970, a Ph.D. from University of Waterloo in 1975, and a MBA from McMaster University in 1980. I received my approved allbreed judging status in the Cat Fanciers'' Association in 1999.

Awards and Honors
We have produced a number of Cat Fanciers'' Association (CFA) National winning Abyssinian and Maine Coons. We have produced a number of Abyssinian and Maine Coon Distinguished Merit females (an award for a top producing cat), including the first Distinguished Merit Abyssinian in the red (sorrel) color. I am the CFA Abyssinian breed council secretary and belong and/or hold office in a number of cat clubs. I am also a member of the CFA Judges Association.

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