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September 6, 2013

Meet Colonel Meow, World Record Holder For Longest Cat Fur

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Not only is Colonel Meow is a popular Internet cat; he now holds the world record for being the cat with the world's longest fur! His fur was independently measured by veterinarians who found that his hair length averages at 9" long.

Colonel Meow via Facebook

Colonel Meow is a 2-year-old Persian-Himalayan cross that conned his minions, Anne Marie Avey and Eric Rosario, into breaking him out of a cat shelter. He is working to commandeer the Internet and then... the world.

The Guinness World Record award is a mere stepping stone on his grand diabolical takeover.

For more details of this great feat, visit The Guinness World Records news page. 

Visit Colonel Meow's Facebook page. 

Julie on September 6 at 6:22 PM said:

Way too awsome :D
Michelle on September 7 at 8:58 PM said:

I love-love that face! "You outta be in pictures" for sure! Really surprising that someone out there gave him up, that he was at a shelter, but bless you for rescuing him and giving him the glory he deserves! Just goes to show, lots of truly amazing fur children at the shelters awaiting loving homes!
Madison on September 18 at 4:40 PM said:

I think he looks not joking that's wierd to my sister but cool

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