The largest domestic cat breed in the world is the Maine Coon cat. But these cats are gaining popularity. Which is not surprising, right? Who doesn’t love big fluffy kittens, right? In fact, these majestic kittens can grow up to 40 inches in length and come in over 75 distinctive color combinations. These cats also have long, multi-layered fur and large legs, making them very adaptable to colder winter conditions.

However, these traits also mean that they don’t do well in hot weather. An interesting theory about their origin suggests that these cats are descendants of Norwegian forest cats because then they could have entered North America thanks to the Vikings.

And while these long-haired felines may have unique characteristics that set them apart from other breeds, there is one that catches your eye. This cat breed is known for its unique faces. In fact, some people think they look like human faces. Recently, a cattery called Catsvill County shared a couple of cute photos of a litter of five adorable gray kittens, and people immediately began to notice something interesting about them – they all looked like grumpy old men.

Now it’s hard not to argue that these cats have human expressions…

And the kittens all look a lot alike, so it’s hard to tell them apart. Nevertheless, these fluffy little furballs are just the cutest things ever!

Here are just a few pics of these adorably grumpy-looking kitties.





And that’s what people say about them on the net.

Here’s a video of one of the little fluffballs.

Source: Bored Panda



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