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				<h1 class="text-center">Norwegian Forest Cats</h1>
				<h3 class="text-center"><em>A tribute to one of the prettiest cat breeds in the world!</em></h3>
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					<div class="caption text-center">A 5 years old female Norwegian Forest Cat</div>
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					<h3>Some facts about <strong>Norwegian Forest Cats</strong></h3>
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						<li>The breed originates in Northern-Europe.</li>
						<li>This natural breed has adapted to a very cold climate, with their top coat of glossy, long, water-shedding hairs, and a woolly undercoat for insulation.</li>
						<li>Almost went extinct during World War 2, until efforts by the <strong>Norwegian Forest Cat Club</strong> helped the breed by creating an official breeding program.</li>
						<li>The <strong>Norwegian Forest</strong>  breed in Norway, Sweden, Iceland and France.</li>
						<li>Cats of this breed are strongly built and larger than an average cat.</li>
						<li>They might resemble other cats (like Maine Coon), but they're head is shaped differently. A Norwegian Forest Cat's overall head shape is similar to an equilateral triangle. They have a strong chin and a muzzle of medium length.</li>
						<li>Their ears are large, wide at the base, and high set, have a tufted top, are placed in the extension of the triangle formced by the head, and end with a tuft of hair like the ears of the lynx.</li>
						<li>Cats of this breed have very strong claws, and therefore very good climbers. They can even climb rocks!</li>
						<li>Norwegian Forest cats are very friendly, intelligent and generally good with people. </li>
						<li>They also demand a lot of attention due to being very energetic.</li>
						<li>Generally they live around 14 to 16 years.</li>
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						<h2>If you want to read more about Norwegian Forest cats, please go <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_Forest_cat" target="_blank">here</a></h2>
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