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The Norwegian Forest Cat Fanciers' Association is a group of dedicated breeders and fanciers dedicated to the preservation and protection of the Norwegian Forest Cat and cats in general. We are a non-affiliated association who welcomes members not only here in the United States but throughout the world.
Ringworm free. Offers specific health guarantee against FIP. Solid white with blue, green and odd eyes. Brown mackerel and classic tabby, brown patched (torbie), red mackerel and classic tabby and blue tabby, with and without white. Breeder member, Norwegian Forest Cat Fanciers Association; Past Western Regional Director. Breeder's Statement: Breeding and showing since 1991. We believe in providing healthy, happy and beautiful "family" members! All parents are HCM scanned and BAER hearing tested (whites).
In 1980, the Forest Cat was introduced to the United States, thanks in part to the newly established Norwegian Forest Cat Fanciers' Association, a small group hoping to get this breed officially recognized. The International Cat Association was the first to recognize the breed, accepting the Forest Cat for Championship competition in 1984. The breed later attained championship status for the Cat Fanciers Association in 1993, and for the American Cat Association in 1995.