Maine coon cat- soccer goalie?

Maine coons are VERY athletic cats. I'm surprised this one hasn't been recruited as a soccer goalie.
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For you soccer fans out there, see what I mean? Great saves.


UPDATE: Human says in comments: "My Maine Coons love a good jump around, It surprises me how high they can jump. For my next video I should get them little football shirts and setup some goal posts."

I would love to see this, and think it would be a great YouTube hit, especially given the high quality of Human's videos. Oh, and my mistake- After watching for the umpteenth time, I figured out that there are two different kitties jumping around (Marmalade and Myrtle)- they look a lot alike, but front leg markings are different. Maybe they could wear different color soccer shirts....

Click on "Maine coons on You Tube" label for more great YouTubes of Maine coons.

Comments

  1. My Maine Coons love a good jump around, It surprises me how high they can jump. For my next video I should get them little football shirts and setup some goal posts.

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  2. Hi Matt-

    Love this video. Great "style".

    Oh yes, I would love to see them dressed up in little football shirts. I'm not into the "dressing your cat up for the holidays" thing (like with reindeer headgear and such)- an offense to their dignity.

    HOWEVER, soccers jersies? Now that's an entirely different matter altogether!

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  3. Hi again Matt-

    Okay, I just watched the youtube for the umpteenth time and finally figured out that there are two different kitties in the vid.

    I looked at the online kitty gallery, and saw that the 2 kitties have different markings on their front legs, Marmalade with more symmetrical "tabby" markings and Myrtle with patches of orange.

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  4. A league has been started. Go here: http://www.pictures-of-cats.org/bathtub-soccer-for-cats.html

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