Largest Breeds of Cat

The largest domesticated cat breeds offer a combination of size, personality, and beauty. These breeds, including the Norwegian Forest Cat and the Ragdoll, are perfect for those who love big cats with gentle temperaments. 

Maine Coon

Maine Coons are well-proportioned and known for their long, smooth coats and bushy tails. They are affectionate and gentle, making them great family pets.


Ragdolls are known for going limp in your arms, with a history shrouded in mystery. They are affectionate, family-friendly, and recognized by the Cat Fancier’s Association. 

Norwegian Forest Cat

Norwegian Forest Cats, bred in Norway, are large with wide yellow eyes and a muscular body. They are friendly, playful, and intelligent. 


Persians have a distinctive flat face and long hair, giving them a larger appearance. They are one of the smaller large breeds, known for lounging around. 


The Chausie, an exotic-looking breed, is active and intelligent, known for its hunting skills and regal demeanor. 


Siberian cats are large, sturdy, and intelligent, adapted to harsh climates. They are affectionate and playful, making great house pets. 


Savannah cats, a cross between domestic cats and African servals, have an exotic appearance. They are intelligent, energetic, and need lots of exercise.

American Bobtail

American Bobtails are known for their short tails and long hind legs. They have an alert hunting gaze, consistent with a bobcat. 


Ragamuffins are closely related to Ragdolls, known for their docile nature and thick coat. They have a friendly expression with larger, rounder eyes. 


Bengals look like they're straight out of the jungle with their athletic body and patterned coat. They are loving, friendly, and enjoy playing and climbing. 

Each of these large cat breeds brings its own special charm, combining impressive size with a loving and gentle nature.