5 Largest Breeds of Cats in the World
Imposing, majestic in appearance and wild in appearance, large cats are more popular among purebred cat owners.
But you too will undoubtedly be tempted by a large cat by discovering our ranking of the 5 largest cat breeds in the world with a presentation of each of its cat breeds.
The Maine Coon
Yes, it is undoubtedly the tallest cat in the world! It can weigh more than 15 kg and it is a very imposing feline due to its vigor and size, which make it an excellent hunter. Quiet character for the most part, he is very affectionate but can sometimes also be very wild.
A unique characteristic of the Maine Coon is that it is one of the rare breeds of cats to like water. He enjoys playing, swimming and wading, which makes him a selection criterion for many people. However, he is a true lover of freedom; he needs a large living space of his own, which sometimes makes it very difficult to adapt to apartments.
It comes from the cross between a Bengal female and a Serval male, and occupies the second place in our ranking. The Savannah is a very dynamic domestic cat that can weigh over 10 kg and has black stripes like those of a cheetah. It is also a born predator, very robust and slender.
He is friendly, calm, and above all very playful, so that only a few are insensitive to his charm. He's not known to be lazy, he likes to move around, exercise, and he loves the water!
It is a real "rag doll" as the name suggests, because it loves to bask in the comfort of your arms. Very cute, he can weigh ten kilos and his very soft and silky hair is a pleasure to touch. If you are more emotional, the Ragdoll is literally a ball of affection. He will give you a lot of love but will also ask for it from you.
Ragdolls are generally very calm and placid, and will cause you very little, if ever, damage. What's more, he always finds common ground with dogs, in case you're a dog lover too.
Originally from the famous Viking dynasty, the Norwegian is what we can call a ball of energy. Rather independent, he loves to let off steam and can hunt for hours at a time. It is very fast, imposing and also very powerful, with its 9 kg.
The Norwegian is also very sociable, affectionate and a great player. Your child will not be bored with this excellent companion. He is also known for his courage and bravery in that he does not fear water or cold, let alone dogs.
The Sacred of Burma
Endowed with semi-long, abundant and silky hair, the Birman is a cat with a mysterious character, unpredictable and sulky, but who remains however very affectionate, kind and fairly good player. He is quite intelligent and can very quickly learn to retrieve the pitched ball: a real "cat dog" isn't he?
The Burmese can do in the 11 kg, and its life expectancy is on average estimated at 15 years. He is a refined, sensitive cat and also full of joie de vivre. He enjoys the game and life so much that he may even become a dog's best friend.