My cat is 1/8 my size. He's a monster

#1Doctor FoxxPosted 7/26/2014 9:14:10 AMmessage detail
He feels close in size to my torso. While he's not really that big he is too big to sit across laps and he puts his paws on tall counters without any stretch effort. He is more than double the size of the average house cat.

He tries squeezing in anywhere but doesn't really fit in. http://i.imgur.com/lR9v3G0h.jpg

He's basically a dire cat at that point right?
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#2Arctic_SunrisePosted 7/26/2014 9:17:08 AMmessage detail
He really is massive. As a person with tattoos myself, didn't that knee one hurt like the clappers?
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#3Doctor Foxx(Topic Creator)Posted 7/26/2014 9:21:10 AMmessage detail
Arctic_Sunrise posted...
He really is massive. As a person with tattoos myself, didn't that knee one hurt like the clappers?

It put every part of the sleeve to shame and I don't have any parts missing for space or pain on that. The artist did a great job of making it detailed without needing to detail it extensively.

That's the knee cap I dislocated and relative to that it was a pleasant session and healing period. :p
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#4Arctic_SunrisePosted 7/26/2014 9:23:37 AMmessage detail
Even so... *shudder* I thought mine hurt quite enough over the collarbone. I am planning a sleeve of my own, but not for a while; too damn expensive. I'm getting a small one of Zelda-style life bar on my left wrist soon, but that's it.

I cannot imagine the pain of having a kneecap pop out. Eurgh.
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#5Doctor Foxx(Topic Creator)Posted 7/26/2014 10:08:40 AMmessage detail
Arctic_Sunrise posted...
Even so... *shudder* I thought mine hurt quite enough over the collarbone. I am planning a sleeve of my own, but not for a while; too damn expensive. I'm getting a small one of Zelda-style life bar on my left wrist soon, but that's it.

I cannot imagine the pain of having a kneecap pop out. Eurgh.

Be sure to find a good artist and let THEM design it. They know skin. They can do amazing things if they know what you want. Find one that knows the exact style you want.
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#6Doctor Foxx(Topic Creator)Posted 7/26/2014 10:10:12 AMmessage detail
Nosy reminds me of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk6IB_Kgl4E (The Rabbi's Cat)

Giant:
http://i.imgur.com/31LFCAkl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/YFTbwFWl.jp
http://i.imgur.com/bon2FUPh.jpg

He's the best <333
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#7adjlPosted 7/26/2014 11:22:09 AMmessage detail
He might even be bigger than my 22-pound monster of a cat.
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#8Doctor Foxx(Topic Creator)Posted 7/26/2014 11:44:57 AMmessage detail
adjl posted...
He might even be bigger than my 22-pound monster of a cat.

He doesn't weigh more but he does have very large limbs and may have a taller frame
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#9adjlPosted 7/26/2014 11:46:15 AMmessage detail
Yeah, mine's kinda tubby. Pretty big frame, so he's not as overweight as most would assume upon hearing that weight (I think he might have some Maine Coon in him, though I'm not sure), but kinda tubby nonetheless.
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#10Doctor Foxx(Topic Creator)Posted 7/26/2014 11:53:17 AMmessage detail
Maine coon and Norwegian forest cats are gigantic. Nosy is a Manx. They are a small medium breed normally. Males reach 10 or maybe 12 pounds while being really cobby. He's 18 pounds.
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