All five kittens have the same grumpy look on their faces and while it's intriguing, it's also quite adorable.
Being the largest domesticated cat breed, Maine Coons are popular, with their distinctive physical appearance and valuable hunting skills. As the name suggests, these cats are native to Maine and they are recognized as the state's official cat.
These kittens are quite popular and because they are such cute furballs, one would want to cuddle them at all times. They are good-natured and gentle, which makes it easier for them to get along in families with children and other pets, even dogs.
Not just that, they are also known to be very tolerant and can easily adapt to the needs of children. Maine Coon cats aren't aggressive at all. In fact, they are known for being the most gentle and friendly cat breed of all.
These majestic felines can grow as much as 40 inches in length and come in 75 different color combinations. These cuties are perfectly equipped for the winters, and there's even a theory that says they originally came from Norweigian Forest cats and they are said to have come into America via the Vikings.
Now, how cool is that? The thing is, cats of this breed have a very distinctive face. Some of them are quite human-like, if I may say it. Recently, a cattery called Catsvill County shared photos of a litter with 5 adorable grey kittens, and people instantly started noticing something strange about them.
Well, they all seemed to have grumpy faces, which made it seem like they were unhappy to be brought out into this world.
Honestly, many think they even look like grumpy old men. They looked so done with life and all five of them had very similar faces, so it was quite hard to identify one from another. For evident reasons, people were amazed, and at the same time, they could not stop gushing about how cute they looked.
Chris Plona wrote: "Boy I'm not a cat person, but I'd take one of those! They are adorable!" Pam Hockin added: "I never ever pick a cat on looks, til right now!! I would LOVE one of these, they're absolutely gorgeous."
Debbie Harkins shared a personal experience: "My girlfriend Donna has a Maine Coon. The most beautiful cat ever. If I ever have a cat that would be it. 20 to 30 lb it's like a dog and has a personality like a dog."
Debbie Allmond-Kielczynski added: "I love Maine coons. Had one that died right on the vet's table when getting her yearly shots. He said their hearts are enlarged and it could have been stressed too. Who KNOWS? I cried like a crazy person all the way home and for weeks, she was the dearest baby I ever had. And always slept with me. I still cry years later. Miss you, my Maggie."