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Tumblr Thread: Vikings Gifting Ferocious Kittens To Newlywed Brides

If you ever had any doubt about the ferocity of kittens, today, you shall need to look for no more proof. This tumblr thread has given us all the proof we'll ever need by explaining that Vikings - the huge, powerful, strong fighters - used to give tini-tiny kittens to their newlywed wives. And there has to be a reason for that, right? 

Just looking at the pictures of the Norwegian Forest Cats is enough to understand why Vikings would give such ferocious kittens as gifts to their wives, but reading about the legend behind the custom and the real life facts about these facts is something one cannot argue against. So, next time you're considering getting a dog to protect your house, perhaps you should take a look at kittens instead. 

tumblr thread about Vikings gifting kittens to newlywed brides thumbnail includes a picture of a kitten and a picture of a fully-grown Norwegian forest cat 'Text - prokopetz Follow They kinda live up to the legend, too. Your average Norwegian Forest Cat is twenty pounds of solid muscle, with claws large and strong enough to climb solid rock. They've been known to attack bears when defending their territory. And yet they're one of the cuddliest breeds out there, particularly noted for being pati'
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"My beloved fish I had for 6 1/2 years, Peeping Tom. Aptly named because he lived in my bathroom. Livin' his life watching people poop and shower. One day his bowl was moved out of the sunlight by my father despite specific instructions to keep his bowl in light. And I came home from work the next day to find my wonderful aquatic companion dead. So, since he was such a valiant creature I decided he deserved a Viking funeral. Here it is..."

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The Icelandic Sheepdog is adapted to the local terrain, farming methods and the hard struggle for survival of the Icelandic people over the centuries. This makes it indispensable in the rounding up of livestock on Icelandic farms.

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