The tiger is the strongest and largest member of the big cat family, with powerful jaws, sharp teeth, muscular legs, sharp claws, and strong survival skills.
The liger, a hybrid of a male lion and female tiger, is the largest big cat with the strength of a lion and size/speed of a tiger, but males are sterile, and it doesn't occur naturally in the wild.
The lion is the second largest and strongest member of the big cat family, with a bite force of 650 psi, and is known for its pack hunting behavior and powerful roar, which can be heard up to 5 miles away.
The jaguar is the strongest wild cat in terms of its jaws, with a bite force of 2,000psi, which can break turtle shells, pierce the skin and skull of cayman, and drag the alligatorid out of the water and onto land.
The leopard, a living member of the Panthera genus, is the strongest wild cat in terms of climbing ability and fighting skills, with a powerful bite force and greater agility than larger, stronger opponents.
The cougar, fourth largest cat in the world, is an ambush predator and lacks the specialized larynx for roaring.
The Maine Coon is America's cat, known for its size, muscular build, expert vermin hunting ability, and hardy constitution adapted for harsh, cold weather.
The Norwegian Forest Cat is a muscular breed with fast reflexes and a heavy coat, found in Norwegian forests and possibly used as mousers for Vikings.
The Bengal, an exotic hybrid, is the most powerful cat in terms of stamina and physical strength due to its ancestry, and requires a lot of exercise to burn off energy.
The Chausie, a hybrid between wild jungle cats and domestic cats, is a strong cat breed that enjoys water and has high physical strength, with the second generation having the most strength.