Alfrida, Norwegian Forest Cat/ skogkatt

Alfrida, Norwegian Forest Cat/ skogkatt

Skott this is my cat. norvegian forest cat. And this is why cats are worshipped. No animal comes close in majesty.

The Exotic Jungle Looks and Wild Ocelot cat

Skott this is my cat. norvegian forest cat. And this is why cats are worshipped. No animal comes close in majesty.

Forestdew is a very gentle, and kind cat. She has just turned into a warrior three moons ago. She is very strict, but will always help you 'till you've mastered the skill. (Up For RP)

Forestdew is a very gentle, and kind cat. She has just turned into a warrior three moons ago. She is very strict, but will always help you 'till you've mastered the skill. (Up For RP)

Here is one majestic Norwegian forest cat, perched on a tree stump and seemingly playing the role of a guardian of his patch of woods. And a gorgeous one, too!

Here is one majestic Norwegian forest cat, perched on a tree stump and seemingly playing the role of a guardian of his patch of woods. And a gorgeous one, too!

Norwegian Forest Cat

Norwegian Forest Cat

In the woods

Cats

In the woods

I want one. Sorry about the langue but they are just too fantastic not to repin

TUXEDO CAT FACTS and PERSONALITY

I want one. Sorry about the langue but they are just too fantastic not to repin

Mjollnir Norwegian Forest Cats - Norwegian Forest Kitten

Mjollnir Norwegian Forest Cats - Norwegian Forest Kitten

Norwegian Forest Cat *  * CAT SNIP: What could be more magnificent than a large emerald eyed cat with a long flowing mane and tail that can fan out to 12 inches or more? It's not surprising that the Norwegian Forest Cat, which  emerged from the forests 4,000 years ago, accompanied the Vikings around the world, protecting their grain stores on land and sea, and leaving their feline progeny in North America.

Norwegian Forest Cat * * CAT SNIP: What could be more magnificent than a large emerald eyed cat with a long flowing mane and tail that can fan out to 12 inches or more? It's not surprising that the Norwegian Forest Cat, which emerged from the forests 4,000 years ago, accompanied the Vikings around the world, protecting their grain stores on land and sea, and leaving their feline progeny in North America.

Norwegian forest cat, photography by Susanne Hvenegaard - ego-alterego.com

Norwegian forest cat, photography by Susanne Hvenegaard - ego-alterego.com

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