Top 9 Longest Cats
Norwegian Forest Cat: which probably descended from an ancient breed of short-haired cats brought to Norway by Vikings around 1000 AD, ranks among the biggest domestic cat breeds in the world.
Chausie: ranks among the largest domestic cat hybrids in the world. It was originally developed by crossing a domesticated cat with the wild jungle cat. Built for running and jumping.
Siberian Cat:is insulated from the extremely cold weather of its native northern environment with three glossy layers of fur: the guard hairs, the awn hairs, and the down hairs.
Savannah Cat:qualifies as the largest domestic cat hybrid in the world. It originated from a cross between a Siamese and an African wild cat (the serval).
Ragdoll: easily ranks among the longest types of cat breeds in the world. It originally came about from various crosses between the Persian, Siamese, and Burmese.
Ragamuffin: was once considered to be a variant of the Ragdoll (about which more will be said) until it was established as its own separate breed in 1994. Docile, friendly, and good-natured.
Maine Coon:They can reach sometimes reach 40 inches long and stand about 16 inches high at the shoulders (compared to only 10 inches for most house cats).
Persian Cat: was first exported to Europe in the early 17th century. It has since become one of the most popular cat breeds in the world. The typical Persian is characterized by a flat face.
Burmese Cat:The breed actually descends from a single cat found in Burma (now Myanmar) around 1930. It was then developed in the United States and Britain to achieve the current look.