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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    So, There's really no such thing as a truly happy indoor cat. Even with an infinity of enrichment, it's still confining a deadly obligate carnivore whose true nature is to roam freely. I specifically wrote that I was fully aware a very large cat can seriously injure something. I also said I...
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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    It's a little bit surprising to me the attitudes that people seem to have about their cats, and you illustrated it well talking about Bengals and Savannahs. But I found you went back to the same old problem. We already live with another species which can be fantastically dangerous to us when...
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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    That's not what motivates me. Certainly not...showing it off. That doesn't interest me at all. Basically? I want cats that can't be victimized by any animals (or people) in their surrounding area. Particularly not coyotes, grabby toddlers, teenagers, cat haters, or dogs. A 40 lbs cat will...
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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    To be dead honest, that's part of the appeal to me. A cat that big would never let you get away with taking any shortcuts with raising them, and it would require nigh complete awareness of your cats needs and communication. Hopefully with the reward that comes from beefy cat snuggles for...
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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    @amethyst that sounds horrifying. I love the Maine Coon breed, and pushing gigantism on the Domestic Housecat sounds incredibly unethical, particularly if it's shortening the sweet little beasties' lives. No, I think you're right, it would almost assuredly end up being some sort of hybrid. If...
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    How Big Can We Conceivably Breed Domestic Cats Or Their Hybrids?

    Hi all, I love cats. Obviously they are wonderful. Charming, fun, kind, and impressive in every respect. But one thing bothers me a lot. It's how often cats get predated by dogs and coyotes. Particularly here in North America. Now, I already love big cats (who doesn't), but what have breeders...
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