Look out, it’s Paws!
These pet owners will need a larger home judging by their giant animals.
This week, we revealed an aggressive-looking cat that is a mustache that’s about to break the record for the world’s largest cat.
Maine Coon Kefir, who weighs a staggering 12.5 kg, is often mistaken for a dog because he is so large, according to his owner Yulia Minina.
The 22-month-old cat is still growing, and despite his formidable appearance, is clearly a “very affectionate and humble child”.
He’s not the only giant pet with eyebrows. Here we reveal other giant furry friends.
Stolen for his size?
4 feet long Darius pet rabbit won the Guinness World Record for the longest living rabbit in 2010 when it was certified to be 129cm long.
However, last year’s reports claimed that he was Stolen from his barn in Worcestershire – and has been missing ever since, with breeder Annette Edwards fearing rival rabbit owners were responsible.
Its owner previously said that she kept Darius in a kennel instead of a cage, and treated him more like a dog than a rabbit.
Wendy the whippet is said to be the “healthiest” puppy in the world after being born with a genetic mutation that makes it twice the size of her companion dogs.
Her condition means she has a 24-pack and as muscular as Arnold Schwarzenegger – but the dog is a gentle giant.
Her owner, Ingrid Hansen, bought her when she was 8 years old and she lived on a farm in Victoria, Canada, until her death in 2017 at the age of 14.
She led an interesting life, traveling to the US to appear on television on shows like the Today Show.
What a pig!
One owner thought she had bought a ‘micro-pig’ but ended up with a 20th butcher.
Francisco, a Vietnamese cross, weighs as much as two healthy adults.
After its first owners abandoned it, the four-year-old pig found a new home and now sleeps on a futon in an empty bedroom with its owners’ dogs.
The Newfoundland-Poodle hybrid Mylo stunned owner Nina Ayling when it hit the 7th mark.
Standing on his hind legs, he is 5ft 3in tall, and people jokingly call him Chewbacca after the Star Wars character.
Nina said: “We had absolutely no idea he would become this big. Those who had never seen him looked completely stunned. “
Rolling around Beethoven
Despite weighing almost 12, and on his hind legs standing at 5ft 9in, Hercules the St. Bernard It’s a hybrid dog by nature – and won’t let anyone tell it otherwise.
Owner Katie said: “He was a lovable goof and a gentle giant.
“He’s very relaxed at home and just hangs around and falls asleep.
“He loves to cuddle and wants to be cuddled all the time.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17376694/worlds-largest-animals-kefir-cat-huge-pets-dogs/ Watch out, it’s Paws! Meet giant pets that confuse their owners