climate. These myths suggest that domestic cats have been in Norway for hundreds, possibly thousands, of years. LapermLaperm, maine CoonMaine Coon, manxManx, minskinMinskin, munchkinMunchkin. Change Location, change Breed, scroll to view available.
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Tica, the first to recognize the breed, accepted the Norwegian Forest Cat for championship competition in 1984. Estimates of when these cat tales were written vary greatly. AbyssinianAbyssinian, american BobtailAmerican Bobtail, american CurlAmerican Curl, american ShorthairAmerican Shorthair. The breed attained CFA championship status in 1993. Read Success Stories, vIEW posts IN other states. Most Norse myths were passed down by oral tradition and were finally recorded in what was called the Edda poems, written sometime between 800.e. However, after World War II, the breed came close to extinction. Founding member of the Norwegian Forest Cat. BalineseBalinese, bengalBengal, birmanBirman, bombayBombay, brazilian ShorthairBrazilian Shorthair, british LonghairBritish Longhair. Clicking TOP OF screen menu, oR zoom double-click MAP, norwegian Forest Cat Rescue. NebelungNebelung, norwegian Forest CatNorwegian Forest Cat, ocicatOcicat.
The Norwegian Forest Cat, called the skogkatt (forest cat) in Norway, is a natural breed and despite a feral appearance is not a descendant or a hybrid of any wild cat species. It wasnt until the 1970s that the cat fans in Norway began working to preserve the Norwegian Forest Cat. Over the centuries of prowling the Norwegian forests, they developed long, dense, water-resistant coats, hardy constitutions, quick wits, and well-honed survival instincts. Exotic ShorthairExotic Shorthair, german RexGerman Rex, havana BrownHavana Brown.