World’s longest cat eats kangaroo meat and kibble

A Maine Coon cat from Australia is set to take the record as the world’s longest cat. Omar measures 47.4 inches. His owner feeds him kangaroo meat and kibble.

He is set to take the record from Ludo, a United Kingdom cat who measures 46.6 inches. Guinness World Records contacted Omar’s owner when she posted pictures of him on Instagram. Guinness has yet to confirm if Omar gets the title.

Omar lives a relaxed life with two dog friends, Rafiki and Penny.

 
 
 
 
 

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