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Savannah Cat

F2b Leptailurus serval and Felis catus

Description:

Domestic hybrid of Leptailurus serval and Felis catus. For information on breed genetics, temperament, etc. see http://www.ajsavannahs.com/FAQ/Generatio... These are half sibling F2b Savannahs.

Habitat:

Domestic pet--indoors only, outdoors using harness or crate.

Notes:

These two are mine and are half siblings--different mothers, same fathers. The one in the back is a female, Moja (pronounced MOY-ah) and the one in front is Wilbur, a male.

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3 Comments

Nina C. Wilde
Nina C. Wilde 9 years ago

Thank you for the compliments... Wilbur knows he's handsome =^..^= and Moja is gorgeous but has less attitude. ;) I often describe them as a combo of house cat, class clown, acrobat, and loving puppy.

I found this breed by accident when I was searching for a new kitty after my longtime best friend, Jeronimoh (a girl kitty) passed away at age 22. I was searching breeds for their temperament, bonding to humans, and intelligence. I sometimes feel a little guilty for owning purebred cats now, as all my pets before this were rescues-they guys are so amazing though. I will probably adopt rescues again in the future, but owning these two siblings has been an amazing experience...and I joke I am owned by them.

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 9 years ago

Wow awesome i have never see this ones :):) love cats

Kastbd
Kastbd 9 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous! I have always adored this breed in particular.

Nina C. Wilde
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Nina C. Wilde

New Jersey, USA

Spotted on May 30, 2009
Submitted on Jun 30, 2012

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