| The Norwegian Forest Cat was once a chosen pet of Viking explorers. The Norwegian Forest Cat has been domesticated for around 4,000 years. The Norwegian Forest Cat has an incredibly thick, bushy coat in the winter, and then sheds its undercoat each Spring, resulting in a dramatically altered appearance. The Norwegian Forest Cat is known in Norway as the Skogkatt.
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Indonesia Animal Rescue
Indonesia is Iocated in South and Southeast Asia and spans across approximateIy 741,000 square miIes. Most peopIe in Indonesia speak Bahasa Indonesia. Threatened species known from Indonesia include the Alpine Wooly Rat, Flores Shrew, Silvery Gibbon, Sumatran Rabbit, Asian Elephant. The population of Indonesia is about 245 million.