Extremely Large Cats: The Biggest Cat Breeds

MAINE COON

The fluffy coat of this cat can be any of several different colours. To keep warm, coons in Maine tuck their bushy tails under their body. The only type of longhaired cat exists among Native American cats.

 BURMESE

Active, friendly Burmese cats. Their voices are low and rumbling. It's a friendly, attention-seeking cat who doesn't like being ignored. It loves to cuddle on its owner's shoulder when he's sick.

EGYPTIAN MAU

The Egyptian Mau can reach 30 mph thanks to its long hind legs and skin fold. Cats can unlock drawers and solve riddles. Egyptian Mau's wedge-shaped cranium, huge ears, and emerald eyes. Short paws and lengthy hind legs.

SAVANNAH

Savannah has a Mau-like physique. It's intelligent and energetic. It's a huge cat at 9 kg. It's sedentary indoors and needs a large outdoor place to play. Brown or grey Savannahs have dark markings. It can horizontally jump 8 feet.

 AMERICAN BOBTAIL

The American Bobtail cat's short, fluffy tail is a genetic abnormality. Long ears, short neck, big eyes, and long fur are notable. They have many colours and patterns because to their global distribution. Medium-to-long shaggy coat, any pattern or colour.

RAGDOLL

Ragdolls are known for their friendly personalities and cuddling. They have a medium-length silky red, cream, grey, brown, and bicolor coat. It's friendly and likes other pets. The indoor cat needs little exercise.

SIBERIAN CAT

Coat like a Siberian tiger, long and thick with a ruff around the neck. The cat is quite sociable. It is very attached to its owner and likes to tag along on adventures. There will be chirping, purring, and meowing.

RAGAMUFFIN

Ragamuffin cats are related to Ragdolls and are friendly and cuddly. The thick, short fur coat is multicoloured. Kittens are born white and gain colour as they develop. Like the Ragdoll, it's a good indoor cat for kids and other pets.

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