Meet Lotus, the Giant Maine Coon Cat Who is Taking Over the Internet!


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Meet Lotus. I first came across Lotus’ Instagram when I saw a viral post going around on Facebook (this has been going on for awhile now) and I immediately fell in love! When I worked at the animal clinic, it was rare to see this breed but everyone went crazy over them when we did.

At first glance, you may ask yourself if this is even real and the answer is yes – this absolutely majestical creature is 100% real.

A few fun facts about Maine Coon cats:

Meet Lotus

You’ll want to be sure to follow this Instagram account with over 294,000 followers! Lotus, a current resident of Sweden, is by far the most impressive cat I have ever seen.


How much fun would it be to cuddle on the couch with this furbaby?



Here are few questions the Internet is asking Google about Maine Coon Cats:

Do Maine Coon’s Shed A Lot?

Just like other cats, Maine Coon cats do shed hair. Since they have so much fur, you can expect to see a bit more shedding. Some Maine Coon cats shed often and it helps to brush them regularly to prevent matting and hairballs.

How Expensive Is A Maine Coon Cat?

If you’re thinking of adding a Maine Coon cat to your family, be warned — they’re expensive. The average price for is $1,000.

How Long Does A Maine Coon Cat Live?

Corduroy, three time Guinness World Records Oldest Living Cat passed away in October, 2016 at age 27 human years.

Do Maine Coons Have Health Issues?

According to Embrace Health Insurance, there are some Health Issues Common to Maine Coon. They include hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, hip dysplasia and spinal muscular atrophy. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most common form of heart disease in cats, and it has been diagnosed in Maine Coons.

I could share facts and photos of these cats all day. Again, be sure to head on over to Instagram to meet Lotus. Just LOOK at that tail!

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