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Large Cat Breeds

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Some of the largest domestic cats, in no particular order

Rated 0 points - posted 10 years ago by AmandaSL in category Other.
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Mokave Jag Cat Report Abuse
Fairly new breed, this beautiful cat can get up to 28 pounds
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The Savannah Cat Report Abuse
This cat is tall, lean and graceful
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The Chausie Report Abuse
This cat is large in height, normally twice the height of most domestic cats and was originally a hybrid of domestic and jungle cats in the 60' and 70's Source: cat-breed-info.com
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The Maine Coon Report Abuse
friendly, fluffy cat that is people-orientated, can weight up to 13 pounds
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Ragdoll Report Abuse
this sweet cat can weigh between 15-20 pounds as an adult
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Ragamuffin Report Abuse
This cat can weigh between 9-18 pounds
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Norwegian Forest Cat Report Abuse
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The Siberian Report Abuse
Playful and affectionate
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Bobtail Report Abuse
an affectionate cat weighing between 7-16 pounds
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Pixie-Bobs Report Abuse
Look exactly like a bob cat, but a little smaller and friendlier, they don't meow either, they chirp
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