One of the largest domesticated cat breeds, Maine Coons can reach up to 40 pounds. Their muscular body and thick fur coat adds bulk.
Ragdolls are slow-maturing cats, reaching full size at 4 years. Their sturdy frame allows them to reach 30 pounds.
Adapted for the cold climate, Norwegian Forest Cats have a heavy build and thick fur that makes them weigh 15-22 pounds.
Siberian cats have a barrel-chested, robust build. Males can weigh 18-25 pounds owing to their triple-layered coat.
Savannahs are Serval hybrids with long legs suited for jumping. Males can weigh 25 pounds with unmatched agility.
Bengal cats are athletic with well-developed muscles. Males average 15-25 pounds owing to their wildcat ancestry.
Turkish Angoras have a regal, gracefully built figure. Long-haired males can reach up to 25 pounds.