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6 Gigantic Cat Breeds We Fell In Love With

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Big cats are as charming as ever before and also we believe you will certainly like these breeds as well as their cute kittycats.

 

 

 

Unfortunately, these wild cats won’t let anyone near them, but there is a way to solve this problem! You can get a pet from our list. Large cat breeds are unique in that they sometimes resemble their big-cat jungle cousins, but they’re fully domesticated house cats.

Scroll down to take a look at how cute huge house cats can be and please share with your friends and family!

1. Norwegian Forest ​​​​​​​cat

These cats are the only cats that can climb down with their heads first. They are great for apartment dwellers, and they are kind and sweet despite their impressive size (males can weigh up to 15 pounds, females are a little lighter).

Norwegian Forest ​​​​​​​cat

If you’re thinking about getting one of these cats, you should know that Norwegian cats are true hunters and will need the opportunity to have an active lifestyle.

Norwegian Forest ​​​​​​​cat

2. Siberian cat

These cats are from Russia. The amazing feature of their character is that they are a lot like dogs. Yes, they miss their owners and show them their love just like dogs.

Siberian cats are also believed to be hypo-allergenic because there are very few allergens in their fur and saliva. So, if you are allergic to cats but still want to have one, this could be your chance!

3. Maine Coon

 

These are big cats, bred in the U.S. An average male weighs from 10 to 16 lbs and females from 7 to 11 lbs. They can be up to 3.2 ft long, and they look a lot like a lynx.

Unlike other cats, Maine Coons love swimming, so if you are planning to travel near water, you can take them with you.

Maine Coon

4. Savannah cat

 

The savannah cat is the largest and the most expensive cat today that is a cross between a serval and a domestic cat.

An adult cat can weigh up to 20 pounds. Despite having a wild ancestor, these cats are calm, open, friendly, and as a nice bonus — they are quite smart.

5. Rag doll

 

This is a bright and memorable cat breed. They were specifically bred in order to get a cat that would be extremely friendly with people.

They are called rag dolls because they fully relax when they are in human hands. Adult males can weigh up to 24 pounds and be around 3 feet long.

These cats are really smart and have a good memory, so there should be no problem with them.

6. Van cat

 

This is one of the oldest domesticated cats. These sweet animals are a great choice for those who want to have other pets aside from cats. Van cats are really friendly toward other cats and even dogs. They are curious, active, and love children, games, and attention.

 

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