Cat breeds — Savannah cat
The Savannah cat is an exotic hybrid of wild and domestic cat. The breed is still very young and is characterized by elegant, long-legged animals that resemble small wild cats. The Savannah cat is tall and slim. Their fur is usually a beige to golden color and is slightly lighter on the belly. The spotted pattern she kept from crossing with the serval, a wildcat. The Savannah cat has a delicate, narrow head and a long-legged stature with a long neck. With an average weight of 8 to 10 kg and a shoulder height of up to 45 cm, the Savannah cat is one of the largest domestic cat breeds in the world. However, the trend in the direction of a smaller breed in Savannah cat, but still retains its elegant stature and the pattern goes.
The Savannah Cat: Domestic indication
The Savannah cat is considered to be sociable, playful and friendly with other dogs and other pets. You can jump much higher than other domestic cats (up to two meters), has a faster response time and is not afraid of water. She is affectionate and follows her master usually like a dog. Her penchant for retrieving it shares with the dog. Although the Savannah cat is descended from the wild cat, their housing conditions are similar to those of a domestic cat. In certain areas of New York as the US state their attitude is, however, prohibited in the city region, since there is a general ban on the keeping of crosses between domestic and wild animals. Even the fate of the Savannah cat for hunting made in Australia for discussion, since it is superior to the hunting behavior of a normal house cat and can pose a threat to domestic animals there.
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