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About the breed Savannah

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History

Breeders wanted to create a cat with exotic looks and a chiseled profile, the lordly splendor and grandeur of the African Serval, one that reveals the mind and character of the domestic cat. The American breeders of this work took over 10 years! The result impressed many experienced breeders have managed to obtain a unique cat breed docile and sociable, affectionate and friendly. The first kitten was born in 1986, Bengal breeder Judy Frank in Pennsylvania and is named for the expanse of their historic homeland, Savannah. In 2001 the breed was officially recognized and registered by TICA Association.

Breeding the Savannah is a challenging task. Purebred savannahs are produced by crossbreeding a Serval with one of the breeds of the domestic cat: Oriental Shorthair, Egyptian Mau or Bengal cat, the parents should grow together. Denote the resulting offspring the F1 (50% of Serval’s blood), the second generation F2 (25%)and so on to F5. To cross a wild Serval with a domestic cat many try but only few succeed because only a professional breeder. So today, Savannah remains the most expensive, elite and exclusive cat in the world. We guarantee the purity of the breed, because only work with premium manufacturers – our Pets are domesticated in 15th generation, love people and live with them in harmony. Continue reading

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