• The longest cat in the UK got into the Guinness book of records

  • British cat named Ludo was in the Guinness Book of records. As reported by UPI, it was recognized as the longest domestic cat in the world.

    Ludo length from nose to tip of tail is 119 centimeters. She's only four centimeters shorter than the previous record — cat named Stuart Wallington, who died in 2013. Its length was 123 cm. Like Ludo, he belonged to the American breed Maine Coon.

    The longest cat in the world lives in the British town of Wakefield and, according to the hostess, you'll be a lazy character. In addition, the unusual length makes it awkward. It does not fit in the cat cage, so the animal has to be transported in cages for dogs.

    The hostess claims that the breed of the Maine Coon liked her when she was watching a movie about Harry Potter. The cat of one of the characters in the movie was just a Maine Coon.

    In September reported, in the Guinness Book of records has got an Australian cat named Deejah. She broke the world record by performing 20 stunts in one minute.

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