Showing posts from August, 2010

Four Norwegian Forest Cat Kittens

Here is a thumbnail picture of four Norwegian Forest Cat kittens. Please click on the photograph to see a large format version and a bit of chat about this cat: Great photo from a great cat photographer, Helmi Flick. She has taken thousands of fine cat photographs, many of which are the equal of this one. This photo, by the way, is a thumbnail meaning if you click on it you can see it in a larger format plus some more words. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. What about these cats? Well, I find it hard to work out some of the cat coats because they are so subtly different sometimes. Someone will no doubt correct me but the cat on the right is a dilute calico , the cat in the middle is a dilute red and white classic tabby and the other two are grey (or brown/grey) classic tabby and white cats with only the smallest area of white under the chin. Like Norwegian Forest Cat kittens?...see an NFC family in detail plus a video ...

Norwegian Forest Cats Like to Climb

Yes, Norwegian Forest Cats like to climb and here is one climbing up a window! This shows strength and agility and this cat is not small. See Cat Climbing Trees Photo by Marianne Saueøyaeier on Flickr and published under a creative commons license - thanks.

Titran's Gabrielle d'Estrée Norwegian Forest Cat

Another great looking Norwegian Forest Cat with one of those glamorous show cat names: Titran's Gabrielle d'Estrée. The photographer is Gabrielle's human companion. He is Pieter Lanser. Pieter might correct me but Gabrielle appears to be a brown classic tabby and white Norwegian Forest Cat. She looks classy and she is holding her gaze into the camera nicely. Cats don't always do that. Update 6th Aug: Here are two photographs, the top one of three kittens, Querida, Quasimodo and Qamra, born and raised at the Titran's Norsk Skogkatt cattery during 2010. Quasimodo & Quizz The photos are by Pieter Lanser again and published under a creative commons license - thanks for the license.