Fun fact: the average age of the world’s population is 31 years old – which doesn’t seem like much, especially when we compare it to the world’s oldest cat whose age is no less than 38 years old. Cats break world records all the time and we met Kefir, who was recently named the world’s largest cat and we wanted to let you in on the records – sorry, news.
smartzune had a chance to ask lucky owner and Kefir’s BFF, Yuliya, some questions and we’re here to spill dry food, pun intended – get ready to meet the white Maine Coon cat, this regal look.
The 27 lb (12.2 kg) Maine Coon cat, Kefir – made waves online. Named by Yuliya’s 2 daughters, after drinking fermented milk, the cat made people believe it was a dog, even if it was still a kitten in theory. If a typical domestic cat fully develops by age 1 or 2, Maine Coons don’t stop growing until they are 3 or 4 years old.
Kefir was Yuliya’s first cat and when they welcomed it into their family, they never expected it to be this big. Kefir is really smart and smart, in essence. In Yuliya’s family, he is considered a human.
Adopting a human-like behavior, whenever it was time for dinner, Kefir kept his family company on the table, sitting in his own chair.
Kefir’s feet are Strong enough to open all the doors in the house. And one detail that we don’t know is that this cat is not like all the others, not only because of its size but because Kefir absolutely loves water and love swimming! One downside to his “Olympic” swimming practice is that his jacket takes a long time to dry.
https://smartzune.com/meet-kefir-the-maine-coon-kitten-that-weighs-over-27-lbs-and-keeps-growing/ Meet Kefir – The Maine Coon Kitten weighs over 27 lbs and keeps growing