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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have a Norwegian Forest Cat. I have met more than one and they are a very friendly, loyal breed. Their coat is not that hard to groom, but you should brush it every once in a while. I have to say, though, the breed is a big hunting breed. They most likely will leave "presents" at your door. They are very good outdoor or indoor cats. Mine is both. I love this breed. naturejjc@aol.com

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  • Aug 30, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have recently adopted 2 – 1yr old Norwegian Forest Cats. They are the most people oriented, fun loving, active kitties. Both are bright, alert and incredibly self assured. They possess beautiful coats, that do need maintenance as they do mat. They love children and will play for hours on end. Have places where they can jump up because they love heights. My female jumps straight up the side of the doorway to a height of about 4 feet! She also never stops "talking". Do not adopt this breed if you are looking for a quiet pet

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  • Dec 7, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have had my beautiful wegie for almost 3 years now, and I just continue to love her more each day. She is a beautiful cat with a wonderful, if not annoying, personallity. She’s mostly a one woman cat, but she does love little kids, especially my great cousin Ashelyn. The only adults she seems to love are my boyfriend, my uncle, Jim, and my mom. She could very easily become an outdoor cat if it weren’t for the fact that she’s not a very good hunter, even though she tries hard. She is definetly from a very active, loving, and beautiful breed. I wish a could have more Norwegian Forest cats, but I haven’t been able to fine anymore, though I’m pretty sure Grace would get jealous if I did.

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