Mews: BIG! Cat

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Scary? Cute? Awesome? 😀

Not sure if Oli would be too impressed if I tried resting on him even if he was that big haha.

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193 thoughts on “Mews: BIG! Cat

  1. jowensauthor says:

    LOL! I want one 🙂 We had a Ragdoll kitty, Gizmo (he’s now at the Rainbow Bridge), that my brother used to use as a pillow sometimes. Gizmo didn’t mind at all.

  2. niasunset says:

    Oh this is so lovely 🙂 I wished to have a cat like that “BIG”, you don’t need to buy any furniture 🙂 But just one things made me scary, imagine her “flea” 🙂 Thank you, love, nia

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  7. angela1313 says:

    This was too good not to share, but my first thought was about how I can’t move on the bed as it is with my little cats. Should this creature want to share, how would I dare say no?

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  9. Kentucky Angel says:

    Thank you for following my blog. I decided to check you out, and found my new kitty. No problem with me running one of this size over, but I’m wondering about what happens if she sits in my lap very long. A very nice guard cat though. I’ll have to start looking for one.

  10. Outlier Babe says:

    Advantages:
    1. Evil intent more easily detected on giant features.
    2. Less-likely insinuation of evil slinky self between human legs whilst said legs are negotiating stairs.
    3. Likelihood that yappy stray Chihuahuas will replace former now-miniscule-prey of mice.

    –Not A Cat Person

  11. andrewandlia says:

    Marc Andre – thanks for having a look at my blog. I have 11 cats here on my farm – they are all sterilised (that’s a story in itself), and they all get properly fed. Otherwise, it’s just my wife and I. You should see our shopping trolley…

    Cheers,

    Andrew

  12. Mary Strong-Spaid says:

    Being that much smaller than my male cat would be frightening.
    Not that he would mean to cause me any harm, but I fear he would try to “play” with me…and it wouldn’t end well.

  13. tinasragbag says:

    Thankyou for following my site and ‘my two little boys’.
    I just love this gigantic cuddle and look forward to seeing more as I following you.

  14. Shelly says:

    What to do with the litter box? lol! By the way, thanks for checking out my blog, Marc-André. Your featured cats here are adorable! 🙂

  15. Chirpy Cats says:

    This is so funny and would have many uses! But I’m just thinking, when it’s raining outside imagine the huge muddy paw prints! Our Jimmy, a big polydactyl cat leaves ginormous paw prints when he comes in from the catio when it rains! 🙂

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