We already know that cats are lions in the pocket edition, but if you want to have a big titty cat in your home, here are which breeds are considered the largest in the cat world.
Their size also contributes to the luxurious, puffy fur, but interestingly, its care won’t give you much headache, as the kittens on our list don’t like too much. Also, all of these breeds are known as true greasers and gentle “giants”, they are very affectionate to humans and adore little ones, and they get along well with other cats and dogs. In short – ideal little ones.
5. Norwegian Forest cat
The Norwegian Forest cat is heavily built and larger than the average cat. Adult adults of this breed usually weigh 3.6 – 8 kg, while males tend to weigh 4.5 to 9 kg. She was the darling of the goddess Freya, Vikings took her on their visits, and today she is a pet. Norwegian King Olaf proclaimed this race official state cat of Norway, and since 1965 under the protection of the state. Although a large and somewhat rough appearance, this race is one of the most affectionate. Loves children other cats and dogs. Gentle is and always in the mood for pampering and interaction, but has a strong character and very headstrong. He can be reserved with strangers. It is very intelligent and a quick learner, and often will advertise meowing. This is an unshaken cat, very muscular. The lifespan of them is 14-16 years and are generally very good health.
4. Ragamuffin cat
These gorgeous kitties are known for their gentle nature, grace, and tenderness that has no limit. You can hold a Mac Ragamafin as a baby in your arms and it will completely relax and lift all four as it adores people. She is extremely intelligent and resembles a dog because of her playfulness and relentless energy to run after the ball and return it to the owner. She learns tricks very quickly. It is an ideal pet for families with children, as they will love to pamper and play with them, and it is also very tolerant. Still, she will suffer if she is alone. Brushing once a week is enough to keep her fur smooth, healthy and shiny. Females weigh from 4.5 to 7 kg and males over 7 kg.
3. Ragdoll cat
Ragdoll is big cats of lavish fur and distinctly blue eyes. Compared to their feline relatives, ragdoll do not like height but are always level with humans. Ragdoll in English means rag doll, so it’s clear that these cats enjoy cuddle and have one of the most wonderful characters in the cat world. They would constantly lie on your lap and enjoy the human touch. Ideal for children with families because they are full of understanding for little ones. This pussy will be enjoyed even if there is another cat or dog in the home. Ragdolls do not have much undercoat, so this means they line up less than other long-haired breeds. The life span of these cats is 12 to 17 years. It usually weighs 4.5 to 7 kg.
2. Siberian Cat
This breed has been known for over 1,000 years. Siberian is a large and strong cat, and it takes about five years to reach full maturity. Her neck is round, muscular and covered with thick mane-like fur that becomes more pronounced with age. It is enough to comb them twice a week and only during a few weeks of seasonal laziness do they have to be brushed daily. They’re big ointments. By nature, they are quiet and gentle, affectionate to the owners, and they get along well with other pets. They enjoy the game and use their exceptional intelligence to solve problems. They like to play pranks or throw balls. They have a beautiful, gentle voice and enjoy talking to the household. Their lifespan is from 11 to 15 years, females weigh from 4 to 6 kg and males from seven to 10 kg.
1. Maine Coon
The diminutive version of the lion is perhaps the best description of this beautiful cat with its large size and gorgeous hair. Maine Coon has the nature of a machete throughout. It’s a gentle, well-mannered, and somewhat silly cat. The full development is only three years old. Maine Coon loves hanging out with the owner and helping him with his day to day activities. Males remain ‘clowns’ all their lives, while females are more serious. This is a relaxed and calm cat who loves to play, and gets along great with other cats and dogs, and adores children. It is enough to brush their fur once to twice a week. Males weigh from seven to 13 pounds, females from four to seven, and their lifespan is longer than 15 years. An adult Maine can jump up to 170 cm in height. And one interesting thing: 123.2 cm was the long Guinness record holder, Maine Coon Stui.