Meet Lupo the giant 30 lb. Maine Coon cat. “He’s also extremely cuddly and doubles as a purring blanket in winter,” said Lupo’s human mom via reddit.
“I’m 4’10”, but he is still a pretty big boy,” she added. “He’s actually not quite done growing yet. Lupo’s almost three, and Maine Coons generally finish growing at five. He’s got time to become even more fluffy. He was the size of a ‘typical’ cat at three months.”
“(Maine Coons) also happen to be the largest breed of cat, not counting Savannahs. They are long-haired, but that insulation works both ways- keeps the heat in in the winter, and keeps it out in the summer. They are wonderful! Not only do you get a lot of cat to love, but they are amazing loyal, playful, and are generally your buddies from day 1.”
“He loves getting his belly rubbed, and even flops down on the floor, purring unexpectedly,” she wrote. “He follows me from room to room, and I know when he lies on the floor, stomach up, he actually wants belly-rubs.”
Meet Lupo the giant Maine Coon cat.
“I’m 4’10”, but he is still a pretty big boy.”
Lupo when he was a kitten. “He was the size of a ‘typical’ cat at three months.”
“He loves getting his belly rubbed, and even flops down on the floor, purring unexpectedly.”
Lupo and his buddy.
He’s extremely cuddly.
“…and doubles as a purring blanket in winter.”
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