Norwegian fire cats

April 5, 2010

We think we have at last identified what breed of cat Simon is.  Thanks to my mother who was watching a show featuring 1,000 cat breeds and had the nerve to watch all of them until she saw some that looked like ours.  Simon is a rare red form of the Norwegian Forest Cat, In fact so rare that we have the only known example of a Norwegian Fire Cat.  Henry doesn’t match all of the characteristics so he has been down graded to more of a smoldering or warm to the touch cat (rather than a true fire cat).

Unfortunately we had them fixed so we wouldn’t have to deal with even more cats in the future.  That means we will miss out on the astronomical stud fees that people get for their cats.  I found one breeder who charges over 700 Canadian Dollars (which is like 5,000 in real money).  Just so your cat can have sex with his cat (high class cat prostitution, eeewwwwww).  I also found this disturbingly named stud in a country entirely peopled by criminals.  Given the pedigree of our cats I have calculate that we have missed out on over 18 dollars in stud fees.  Oh well, I guess being paid for inducing feline coitus is not in the cards for us.


3 Responses to “Norwegian fire cats”

  1. suzette said


    let’s clone them.

    • pristinefarmexperience said

      you come up with the 50 grand for a carbon copy cat and a 20 dollar owner fee for me and we got a deal.

      • pristinefarmexperience said

        ok i’ll drop the owner fee to 15 dollars, interested, anyone, anyone!

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