Tuesday, September 2, 2014
LACOCOON DANTE: MANCATLY AND MANELY MAINE COON
Dante's mane is both lush and shaggy. It extends from the back of his head down to his chest.
It's usually very unruly because he is constantly grooming it, and as the fur dries, it forms into little tendrils.
This gives Dante a very rugged, mancatly appearance.
In this picture, you can see how Dante's mane forms an elongated oval all around his head and chest area. Quite a leonine characteristic!
While Dante's body fur is largely a vivid ginger, his mane is mostly dilute.
This makes him both dreamy AND creamy. What a regal dude!