| The Norwegian Forest Cat was once a chosen pet of Viking explorers. The Norwegian Forest Cat is native to the forests of Scandinavia. 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.
Norwegian Forest Cat Rescue
Iran Animal Rescue
Iran is Iocated in West and Central Asia and spans across approximateIy 636,000 square miIes. Most peopIe in Iran speak Persian or Turkic. Threatened species known from Iran include the Iranian Jerboa, Persian Mole, Baluchistan Vole, and Iranian Shrew.