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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What kind of animal is Forest cat?

A forest cat is a breed of domestic cat that originated in Northern Europe, especially Norway.
It is also known as the Norwegian Forest cat, the skogkatt, or the wegie.
It has a thick, long coat that protects it from the cold climate, and a woolly undercoat for insulation.
It has a triangular head, medium-sized ears with lynx tips, and a bushy tail.
It is a large, muscular, and strong cat that can climb very well.
It is a descendant of the cats that the Vikings brought with them on their ships.
It is a sweet, loving, and territorial cat that likes to interact with its owners.
It is also a hunter at heart and enjoys chasing toys.
It can control its nutrition well and does not need a special diet.
It is a popular breed in Scandinavia and France, and is recognized by many cat associations.
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What is the animal Forest cat known for?

The forest cat is an animal that is known for being a breed of domestic cat that originated in Northern Europe, especially Norway.
The forest cat has a long, glossy coat and a woolly undercoat that help it survive in very cold climates.
The forest cat also has a strong body, long legs, and a bushy tail that make it a good climber and hunter.
The forest cat is friendly and interactive, but also independent and adventurous.
The forest cat is sometimes called the Norwegian forest cat, the skogkatt, or the wegie.

The forest cat has a long history that dates back to the time of the Vikings, who may have brought the ancestors of the breed to Norway from other parts of Europe and Asia.
The forest cat was also mentioned in Norse legends and fairy tales as a magical creature that could climb sheer rock faces.
The forest cat was used as a mouser on Viking ships and on Norwegian farms, but was nearly extinct by the 20th century due to cross-breeding with other cats.
The breed was revived by cat enthusiasts who registered it with the European Fédération Internationale Féline in the 1970s.
The breed is now very popular in Norway and other countries.
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