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  1. Matt Le Spread Bet says:

    I have one. Very large (twice the size of a normal cat, and they eat twice as much food!). Very playful and excitable. And they’re also very vocal – they chirp and chatter all day long

  2. Rebecca Hopkins says:

    Tanner, my Norwegian Forrest Cat, was simply the greatest cat that ever lived. He was beautiful, huge (22 pounds), so soft and loved to be brushed. He absolutely loved people, all people, even strangers. He greeted everyone at the door and would promptly lay in their feet and purr. He was so good with people he became a therapy cat. He loved getting belly rubs, would purr so loudly and sometimes even drool he loved love so much, and of all the awesome sweet cats I’ve had throughout my life, he was so loving and sweet even dog people adored him. He was so smart (walked on a leash, could open doors, I taught him commands like sit, stay, and go! Which meant run 😂), he was so funny and would do this run slide leap thing that was endlessly joyous. He was protective and grew up with my kids, and when they were babies he’d sleep in their cribs watching over them all night. And when one of them was crying he would come and get me, then lay down in my lap while I fed, burped and rocked them, purring and watching and very happy when they were happy. When they were toddlers he even like them to lay on him like a pillow😂. As they got older, he’d make his rounds at night checking on all of us then eventually settling in bed with one of us. He always left presents outside our bedroom doors: half of a mouse that he’d caught with his huge front paws where he had six toes on each foot. He loved water, and would rake showers with us, where he’d get in the shower and sit at the far end of the tub and lick himself as the water sprayed on him. He was so good I could walk him in on a leash into the vets and he’d just get in my lap and purr and watch the other animals, not worried in the least. He loved car rides and visiting friends and family as I took him everywhere with me. He never once, in 18 years, went outside the littler box. He didn’t scratch or bite a single person his whole life. When at 19, we had to put him asleep, we gathered around him, and helped him go out peacefully. But it was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do and my heart still breaks from the loss of him and I miss him every single day. To my kids he was like a sibling. And it broke their hearts when he died. We mourned him. Genuinely mourned him. One of the truest and greatest and most loyal friends I have ever known. Love him so much I’m tearing up writing this. When I die, I hope so very much that he’s waiting fir me, and that I will see my wonderful friend again someday.

  3. jamie foyers says:

    "Weegie" cats…sure they didn't have a detour via Glasgow somewhere in their genetic journeys?!. Certainly they'd win out on attitude!. Or "cattitude!". Cool creatures..

  4. Sven-Göran Lindmark says:

    An amazing cat. Fantastic climber and hunter. It is a strange that it is
    called "Norwegian" as it has existed in the border forests between
    Norway and Sweden for hundreds of years. At the same time, one should
    know that the Norwegian forest area is smaller than the Swedish. We
    share genes with both the Norwegian people and their fauna since time
    immemorial, e.g. all Nordic predators and prey. More correct to call it
    'Scandinavian forest cat'. My cousins ​​in Norway call it 'Skogkatt' and
    'Skoga' , meaning 'forest cat', so not 'Norwegian' forest cat. As I
    myself am a Scandinavian origin, ( DNA-tested and genealogic records
    back to 1000AD in Scandinavia so far ) with Swedish father and Norwegian
    mother and grew up in a village near the border. I have experiences of
    cats that no one owned.They were often called feral cats and stroked
    around the farms and were much larger than ordinary "farm cats." It is
    also claimed that both this cat and the Siberian is basically the same
    cat species that developed from immigrant tribes, ie from the Slavic and
    Central and Southern European areas and then for a long time adapted to
    a harshly cold climate. The Siberian cat also roams in Finland where I
    have relatives. It is also likely that the Maine Coon came from forest
    cats that were found on ships / Viking ships, as mouse hunters. Today it
    is known, among other things, that Viking ships landed in the Maine
    area and on New Foundland one thousand years ago.

  5. Bloody FitNerd says:

    1:49 That's not THE official folk dress of Norway. Of course the American would not know that, but first of all, it's called a Bunad, and there are many different versions of the Bunad, it depends on what region you're from, or where you're family is from. And I'm not even sure I'd call that a Bunad, but an attempt to make one.

  6. Ill Will Bill says:

    "BjOOORn". No, it's "Bjørn". As in the Norwegian word for "bear". Try to pronounce "learn" — l-eeeeeaaaa-rn. Bj-øøøøø-rn. Basically the same thing. Ø.

  7. Dex Ine says:

    Hmm, I've just bought a half-bred Norwegian Forest kitten and at ten weeks, he's already killing my curtains and chasing my other (adult) cat around. Butter wouldn't melt right now, because he's fast asleep on my lap, but what have I taken on?!!

  8. Maria G. says:

    They’re great household cats. Viking communities were matriarchal and when there was a marriage the woman was given a kitten. They will defend the human children with their lives. Our big guy from my childhood would follow us to school to make sure all was well and would fight anything that he thought was threatening us — but he was also a loving and incredibly gentle guy. Loved him tons

  9. Amalia says:

    I have a Norwegian Forest Cat/Maine Coon mix. The rescue named her Chirpee and we kept that. She’s a beautiful and fluffy girl but tends to be rather sassy 💁🏼‍♀️

  10. Kitsunekone says:

    Given how they're blonde haired-blue eyed, they must have some norse heritage somewhere, so it's alright for them to wear those costumes! /S
    In all seriousness though, they are cute and the cats look healthy and well taken care of.


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