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This Maine Coon kitten is so big that people think he’s a dog

People mistake him for a dog because of his large size, and he hasn’t even reached full maturity yet. We all know Maine Coons can grow into some little giants. However, this one seems to have taken full advantage of its reputation. Everyone, meet Kefir, the world’s largest feline! “

Kefir, who is less than two years old, is already a healthy 28 pounds. The normal Maine Coon male may weigh up to 18 pounds, and he’ll continue to grow until he’s 3 or 4 years old, so that’s quite a bit. I can’t even begin to conceive what he’ll look like! In spite of this, his human seemed to enjoy cuddling with the largest furball in the world without a care in the world. Whatever the case may be, even she was taken aback by the rapid growth of kefir.

Kefir is a kind giant despite his enormous size. In the Russian village of Stary Oskol, he lives with his mother, Yuliya Minina. The first time Yuliya saw Kefir two years ago, she had no idea that he would become an Internet celebrity due to his disproportionate size.

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Kefir’s owner remarked, “He can look intimidating, yet he is a very kind and modest child.” “He’s a super-smart cat. It can weirdly feel the general mood in the house. He doesn’t meow, doesn’t yell, and doesn’t harm the furniture. A truly perfect cat. “

Now, the young lady claims that Kefir is frequently mistaken for a dog by those who do not know better. She told Bored Panda, “It is really interesting how others react when they see the cat because it is so big.” “A lot of folks first think it’s a dog. “

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Yuliya loves living with such a large cat, but sharing her bad habits with him has been a bit of a hassle over the last few months!

At night, she claimed, he likes to sleep on her. As a kitten, it didn’t bother me in the least. But now that he’s become so large and heavy, it’s impossible to sleep in such a position.”