Savannah

The Savannah is a large, long cat breed that looks similar to a wildcat. It descends from African wildcats, and was cross-bred with domestic cats. It has a spotted golden or black coat and large pointy ears. Personality: The Savannah is an active and inquisitive cat that likes to be involved in everything that its owner does. It's very playful and likes toys. It's friendly towards children and dogs.

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Origin
US, 1980s
Life Span
12-15 years
Other Names
Savannah

Savannah Build Information

Size
Large

The Savannah is a large, long cat breed that looks similar to a wildcat. It descends from African wildcats, and was cross-bred with domestic cats. It has a spotted golden or black coat and large pointy ears.

Behaviour and Personality

Kid Friendliness
Affection Level
Activity Level

The Savannah is an active and inquisitive cat that likes to be involved in everything that its owner does. It's very playful and likes toys. It's friendly towards children and dogs.

Appearance

Grooming
Minimal (Regular brushing, nail trimming, ear and tooth cleaning)

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