A massive Maine coon cat measuring nearly 4 feet long in Australia may be the world's longest domestic cat. Omar the Maine coon from Melbourne became a star on Instagram, prompting Guinness World Records to contact his owner for his measurements. "At first I thought 'is this real?'" Omar's owner, 29-year-old Stephy Hirst, told the Herald Sun. Omar weighs 31 pounds and measures about 3 feet and 11 inches long, almost an inch longer than current record-holder and fellow Maine coon, Ludo, who is 3 feet and 10.59 inches long. Hirst said Omar was a regular-sized kitten but quickly grew to 22 pounds prompting her to believe he may be one of the world's largest cats.
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