My name is Marina Jonsson and I have a degree in farm management.
I work as a teatcher in an agriculture school, teaching the students
At present, my Cattery consists of eleven Norwegian Forest Cats
and one European Shorthair. The NFC:s are two males, six females,
two neutered females and one neutered males. The European Shorthair
is a male. Please click on the The Cats button for more
information about the cats. I bought my first NFC in 1989 and
until now (2000) I have bred 24 litters. All my cats have the
possibility of being in a big outdoor cage with three divisions.
Two of the cages is provided with a little house with a convenient
cat door. The European Shorthair have his own cage. Almost all
my kittens are given the scientific names of flowers and animals.
My opinion about the Norwegian Forest Cat
The NFC should be a big cat with strong bone structure and a
long and high body. The head should have an equilateral triangle
in outline, straight profile and a well developed chin. The ears
should be big and pointed and lynx tufts are desirable. Then
nearly most important feature is the wild look, like a beast
When I search males for my females I always try to compensate
for their weaknesses. Almost all the kittens sold become family
cats and should of course be kind and easy to handle as well
as at home as at a Cat Show. Therefore the most important thing
for me is the temperament of the cat, then become the wild look,
the size and the type.
The general look of the cat is very important. You can have
a technically perfect cat with no look at all and you can have
a cat with small faults but who brings to you the impression
of the wild beast from the forest...
If You have any questions or if You are interested in Mhorrses
Norwegian Forest Cats, please don't hesitate to contact