The Cutest Gigantic Cat Breeds We Can’t Keep Our Eyes Off

Aren’t big cats grand? Seeing a leopard or tiger in action is such eye candy, but you can’t domesticate those kittens. The good news is that there are domesticated counterparts that looks just like their relatives. These gigantic cat breeds look like cheetahs and leopards, but are stripped from their dangerous character.

If you’re looking for a gigantic cat breed, we have the best ones for you.

Norwegian Forest Cat

Norwegian forest cats can be massive, but they are the perfect pet for apartments. Males can weigh up to 15 pounds, but if you’re planning on getting one, make sure to have a backyard or access to a forest nearby. They are hunters by blood and need plenty of activity to stay healthy.

Savannah Cat

The savannah cat certainly looks like a big cat predator. It’s the largest cat of all domesticated breeds and a mix of domestic cats and servals. An adult male can grow up to 20 pounds, so make sure you have plenty of food in your home.

Siberian Cat

Siberian cats come from Russia (duh!) and share more similarities in character with dogs rather than cats. They can grow like mid-sized dogs too and are hypo-allergenic. If you or your children have allergies, this is probably the best gigantic cat breed you can get.

Maine Coon

Maine coons are bred in the USA and one of the largest cat breeds you can get from home. An adult cat of this breed can grow up to 17 lbs. (females) and they look pretty much similar to a lynx.

Rag Doll Cat

Rag doll cats are a memorable gigantic cat breed that is very friendly with humans. It can grow up to 24 pounds and may reach a size of 3 feet.

Van Cat

The van cat is one of the oldest domesticated gigantic cat breeds. They are pretty chill and are the perfect companion in households where there’s another pet like a dog. Van cats are very friendly and will stay out of your way for the biggest part of the day just laying around doing nothing.