Introducing Lotus, the Magnificent 22-Pound Maine Coon Feline Who Holds the Heart of His Owner

A Maine coon feline that has its own Instagram account is demonstrating that these gigantic fluffy cats with their lion-like manes are indeed the “gentle giants” of the domestic cat world. A regal and magnificent 6-year-old Maine coon named Lotus resides in Jämtland, Sweden, with his family. His owner, Lindstein, who is a woman in her 40s working in the IT industry, adopted him when he was just 13 weeks old from a breeder in Norway. Lotus was already big and kind-hearted, and became a member of Lindstein’s other Maine coon siblings, Marion and Chivaz, making them three in total.

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As per Lindstein’s statement to The Epoch Times, Lotus and his human siblings share a great bond and get along well. Regardless of whether it’s an animal or a human, Lotus is known for being kind and social to everyone. Their friendship started at an important point in Lindstein’s life, and since then, it has only grown stronger. Lotus’s enormity becomes evident when he sits with his human siblings on the sofa as he weighs an astonishing 22 pounds (10 kg). While Maine coons are already a big cat breed, Lotus is bigger than the average cat. He got his name from his resemblance to a lynx, particularly his hairy ears; “lo” means “lynx” in Swedish, while “tus” indicates a tuft of hair.

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According to @lotus_the_mainecoon, some individuals believe that Lotus resembles a lion, owing to the fur surrounding his neck. When people meet him, they are usually impressed by his size. Although Lotus, Marion, and Chivaz are indoor cats, Lindstein and her family take them on adventures using harnesses meant for dogs. Even if the cats get loose, they tend to remain close to their family since they feel secure around them. Lotus has accompanied Lindstein on many adventures and serves as a guaranteed conversation starter with new acquaintances. His Instagram page, which occasionally showcases his photogenic siblings, currently boasts over 340,000 followers. Lindstein and her children make sure to brush and tend to their Maine coons’ luxurious fur by incorporating special oils and vitamins into their diet. Occasionally, they treat the cats to moose meat. Due to Lotus’s large size, his family had to purchase extra-large transportation cages. According to Lindstein, many individuals believed they owned big cats, but Lotus dwarfs them all.

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@lotus_the_mainecoon has built many friendships with different animals throughout the years. One of Lotus’s early friends was Lindstein’s pet rabbit. Lotus was fascinated by the rabbit’s habit of eating hay and even tried to chew on some straw himself. While it’s unclear if Lotus enjoyed the taste, Lindstein noted that it was adorable nonetheless.

Currently, Lotus is on good terms with Lindstein’s mother-in-law’s chihuahua. One of Lindstein’s most cherished memories of Lotus involved a stolen stuffed animal intended for her daughter. As a kitten, Lotus went wild over the toy and claimed it as his own. Despite Lindstein’s attempts to retrieve the stuffed animal for her daughter, Lotus kept taking it back until he eventually won it over. From that point on, the stuffed animal became Lotus’s favorite toy!

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Meet Lotus, the soon-to-be 7-year-old Maine Coon cat, who seems to have no idea how big he really is. Despite his size, Lotus sometimes thinks of himself as a fierce wildcat, while other times as a dainty house kitten. According to his owner, Lindstein, Lotus once tried to catch some deer in a meadow near their cabin, only to realize that they were too far away and too large for him to handle. Instead, Lotus is better suited for catching flies, as he tends to be a bit clumsy and not very skilled at hunting. Check out more adorable photos of this gentle giant below!

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(Original tweet: “Thank you for petting me! I always want attention, but I’ll pretend to be aloof sometimes. 😼 #MaineCoonMonday #cats”)

“Much obliged for taking the time to pet me! I’m a social butterfly and enjoy being showered with affection, even though I may put up a facade of indifference every now and then. 😽 #MaineCoonMonday #felinefriends”

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