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1952 1973 1992 2000 2010
International Premier Majesticoon Saree -
Rather small and light for a Maine Coon but very pretty she only went to nine shows, but still managed to attain an International Premier title. However she clearly didn’t enjoy show life so after that she retired to a quiet and peaceful life at home which she loved. Not for her the public display, all she wanted was to relax at home.
She had a strong maternal instinct and ‘mothered’ me. Throughout her life at bed time she would always get on the bed, sit beside you and purr away quietly until she thought you were dropping of to sleep and then creep away to her own bed sited on a bedside cabinet next to he pillow. In the morning she was always there on the bed when I woke up.
AND she talked! With little or no provocation she chatted away. When you came home or when you walked into a room where she was, the slightest opportunity she was ‘talking’ to you. She developed an amazing vocabulary with a range of sounds. She ‘spoke’ to you and when you responded would go on chattering back and forth for minutes at a time.
She was also the most playful of the cat family -
Saree was the first cat to arrive and when, after some 18 months, Taro arrived [and indeed for the rest of their time together] she always viewed him as an intruder and kept a careful distance between them -
Sadly, gone but loved dearly and never forgotten. R.I.P. Wonderful talkative little friend Saree
Hiding in the wardrobe
with Taro to avoid Kanati