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What is the difference between a wedgie and maine coon
Hi, my name is Timmy. I was adopted by my new owner after my original owner was hospitalized at the VA Hospital, where he remains to date. Because of his condition, the shelter who assisted in finding me a home, were unable to get more information about my heritage. I am really sweet boy who after only being in my new home a few hours and even one day, looked like I had been living here all of my life. I have adjusted well to my new four legged sibling and Pug, Daisy, and love my two legged children in the home. I've never known any other cats to adapt as well as I have to my new owners, children, cats, and dogs!! Although I can be very playful, I primarily like to purr, talk to my owners when I cannot see them or when I want some loving, and enjoy being in the same room as everyone else. Although I like to be held, I prefer to sleep or sit near you or next to you. I have big paws with heavy tufting especially on my back feet. I also have tufting in my ears and around my neck. My tail is long and if bent back goes to the base of my shoulders/neck. It's also very fluffy. I am 4-5 months old and only weigh 7 pounds. So in light of my physical characteristics and behavioral characteristics could I be wedgie or maine coon? I have only been in my new home 2 days so I haven't done any tricks although I am learning to beg for treats. I don't play in water like another cat my owner had, but I do like to see the toilet flush. Would you please look at me and provide a little feed back about my heritage? Thank you!!