3.93-Feet: Omar The Maine Coon Cat Might Be World's Longest Cat

May 18, 2017

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These are several shots and a Facebook video of Omar, a Maine Coon Cat who lives in Australia with owner Stephanie Hirst, and may be the world's longest domestic cat. Omar measures 3.93-feet from nose to tail (the previous longest was 3.88-feet), weighs 30.86 pounds, and isn't finished growing. Damn that's a big kitty! Is its litter box a kiddy pool? Because that is not a pool I would want to go swimming in. I feel like all cats want to kill you, but this one actually could. How much does a thirty pound cat eat anyways? "As much as it wants." Good answer. Now somebody give this cat some catnip and let's watch him level a house.

Keep going for several more shots including Omar making a collie look small, and trying to reach some protein powder on the counter (which it can reach without jumping) so he can grow even bigger and stronger.

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Thanks to Amy B, who's not convinced one of this cat's great-grandparents wasn't a lion.

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