The first longest living forest cat belonged to Vibeke Poulsen and died at the age of 16. Its name was Sidser and was well known as Norway’s April Dream. There were three males who gained the same recognition for their age when they died. Their names were Et eller Felis Jubatus, Hedda Gabler Felis Jubatus and Skovhugger Felis Jubatus. These three males were the only recognized World Winners.
This breed has won over the hearts of many American owners. It has the air of enchantment as important character in Norway’s folktales and the history of the Vikings. The breed has also been given the name of “Wegie” and was described as “huge and furry tolls”. The breed has won its place in the cat kingdom. It is the most versatile breed in the world with the characteristics of a strong hunter and the playfulness of a kitten. It is no wonder that this breed is such a delight and so loved by young to old alike.