Most owners of a Maine Coon have probably already wondered about the strange use of vocalization of their furry darling compared to other cat breeds.
But this leads us to a question:
Why Do Maine Coons Trill? A Maine Coon learns to trill and chirp early on from its mother, where it's used by the mother cat as a means to command the kitten to pay attention or as a simple greeting.
If there is one behavior owners of Maine Coons find rather baffling or even worrying, it is the drooling their furry friends tend to engage in. A salivating Maine Coon is nothing extraordinary and most of the time nothing to be worried about.