Our members represent a wide range of backgrounds and
areas of the country. We have retired breeders, breeders who are
currently inactive and breeders that are currently active.
Active Breeders are breeders who are currently breeding. Inactive
Breeders are ones that are not breeding presently but intend to return
to breeding and retired breeders are those who are no longer breeding but
still retain an active interest in the Norwegian Forest Cats..
We are pleased to be able to provide you with this link to
this club and invite you to join them as they introduce this
valuable information and education forum about all topics
related to the Norwegian Forest Cat
In 2009. the
Norwegian Forest Cat celebrated two anniversaries. One was 30
years in the United States and the 2nd was 25 years in Championship
competition. Both events were celebrated in Atlanta, Georgia.
TICA was the first major registry to accept the Norwegian Forest Cat to
compete in Championship in August of 1984. In April of 2009 Hotlanta
Cool Cats hosted our celebration of this event.
here for photos of this event. Congrats on their anniversary of becoming real in the
30 Years since their arrival in the United States The first pair of Forest Cats arrived in the USA in November 1979 to
Sheila Gira in Romulus, Michigan.
Home of USA's First Registered Litter of NFC est. 1980 www.nissekatt.com
Copyright Norsk Skogkattring USA 2008
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