Well-tufted paws of the Maine Coon

The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) states in their breed standard that the paws of a Maine Coon should be 'well-tufted'. I wanted to confirm because this picture of a Maine Coon has the kind of paws that the breed standard demands as they are very well-tufted; the fur sticks out between the toes in a haphazard way.

Well-tufted paws of the Maine Coon
Well-tufted paws of the Maine Coon. Photo: Pinterest. The breed standard demands paws that are well-tufted.

LEGS and FEET: legs substantial, wide set, of medium length, and in proportion to the body. Forelegs are straight. Back legs are straight when viewed from behind. Paws large, round, well-tufted. Five toes in front; four in back.

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