Time lapse Of A Maine Coon Kitten Growing Up Into A Majestic Cat

Photography studio Warren Photographic, based in the UK, has captured the interest of 20k followers on Instagram with eye-catching photos of cute furry pets and wildlife in action.

Whilst their extensive library filled with photos of various pets is truly magnificent, this story is about one pet in particular – a cat named Freya.

Unlike us, cats grow very fast. They can reach adulthood in about six months quickly discovering ways in which to run, jump around and even hunt. We, on the other hand, pale in comparison to such quick development. Which is precisely why it is very easy to let a kitten’s ‘childhood’ slip through one’s nose without any notice.

Warren Photographic decided to document and show Freya aging from a newborn kitten to a 10-month-old feline in a 26-second timelapse video. During this time, the adorable kitten had plenty of time to open her eyes, grow thick plush fur and turn into a beautiful cat.

Scroll down to see Freya growing!

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Warren Photographic captures the interest of their Instagram audience with heart-melting photos of cute furry pets and wildlife in action.

Whilst their extensive library filled with photos of various pets is truly magnificent, this story is about one pet in particular – a cat named Freya.

Unlike us, cats grow very fast. They can reach adulthood in about six months quickly discovering ways in which to run, jump around and even hunt.

We, on the other hand, pale in comparison to such quick development. Which is precisely why it is very easy to let a kitten’s ‘childhood’ slip through one’s nose without any notice.

Warren Photographic decided to document and show Freya aging from a newborn kitten to a 10-month-old feline in a 26-second timelapse video. During this time, the adorable kitten had plenty of time to open her eyes, grow thick plush fur and turn into a beautiful cat.

See the rest of the transformation in the video below:

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