The 9 Largest Domesticated Cat Breeds
The huge, shaggy Maine coon is well-proportioned. This breed's origins are murky. This friendly breed is a gentle giant among domesticated cats.
Ragdoll cats are huge, affectionate, and laid-back. Ragdolls go limp when petted, giving them their name. Their blue eyes and loud purr show they're softies.
Persian cats have stunning faces. This long-haired cat's round, flat face and short muzzle give it a crushed face look. Long hair enlarges it. One of the smallest big breeds.
This big, smart Siberian cat is special. It's because of short summers and lengthy, severe winters. The animal's true colours emerged after it was brought indoors.
The Norwegian forestry cat grew naturally in Norway's woodlands for hundreds of years. This bonkers cat has a long, dense coat and lynx-tipped ears.
Norwegian Forest Cat
Savannah cats are domestic cats and large-eared servals. Savannahs are pet leopards. How wild Savannah cats are depends on their breed mix.
This tamed house cat is distinguished by its short, bobbed tail. It possesses bobcat-like long hind legs and a hunting stare. First American bobtails came from one cat,
Ragamuffins are ragdolls. Ragamuffins are large, affectionate, and mellow. Gentle Ragamuffins have thick coats. Friendly ragdolls with bigger, rounder eyes.
The Bengal cat breed has an athletic build and striking, striped coat. Bengal owners believe this breed is amiable and affectionate. People-friendly cats who love to play and climb.