Hi... many years ago a friend of mine (who I've now lost touch with) had a neighbour who had a pair of cats: shorthairs, big black and white patches (i.e. non-spotty or tabby-striped). My memory is so-so on the tails; I'm pretty sure they were non-fluffy, but I really don't recall if they were normal length or short. The most remarkable thing about these cats is that they were huge. We're talking head nearly knee height. They were the biggest cats I've ever seen.
After looking around a little on the web I haven't been able to find a picture of anything like them. Usually it's because the other breeds have a fluffy tail.
Can anyone determine if they any specific breed? Or just accidental that they were so big? (Pardon my terminology as I am no expert on cats.)

Thanks from Cris
Hi... many years ago a friend of mine (who I've now lost touch with) had a neighbour who had a ... accidental that they were so big? (Pardon my terminology as I am no expert on cats.) Thanks from Cris

Most likely just moggies (cat-mutts). Our two biggest shelter cats ever were from a cat house - perhaps a result of inbreeding.
Can anyone determine if they any specific breed? Or just accidental
that they were so big? (Pardon my terminology as I am no expert on cats.)

Most likely just moggies (cat-mutts). Our two biggest shelter cats ever were from a cat house - perhaps a result of inbreeding.

Thanks for the information!