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The Savannah cat is a spotted cat that is long in length with a lean body type. They have triangular faces with upright large rounded ears. Eyes are shaped like boomerangs and they are known for their giraffe like neck.
Savannahs are very playful, confident and curious cats, that love getting into everything. They are extremely affectionate and enjoy giving headbutts when they are happy. A Savannah will bond for life. Your furry pal will also follow you around the house. Well socialized Savannahs are friendly to almost everyone.
All of our Savannahs eat a balanced raw diet of raw ground chicken, which is composed of, 80% muscle meat, 10% organ and 10% ground bone, along with a high protein kibble. We personally recommend Royal Canin Kitten. Higher Generations Savannahs (F1-F3) are required to have raw in their diet. They also can be fed a small whole prey diet of, chicks, mice, quail, rabbit, etc. If desired. Some Lower Generation (SBT) Savannahs also enjoy a whole prey treat every once in a while. Feeding raw is not required in an SBT kittens diet, it is a choice.
SOME BENEFITS OF FEEDING RAW ARE:
-Stronger immune system
-Decreased chance of disease, etc.
-F1 Savannahs have a Serval parent (father) and a SBT parent (mother).
-F2 Savannahs have a F1 parent (mother) and a SBT parent (father).
-F3 Savannahs have a F2 parent (mother) and a SBT parent (father).
LOW GENERATION (SBT):
-F4 Savannahs have a F3 parent (mother) and a SBT parent (father).
-F5 Savannahs have a F4 parent (mother) and a SBT parent (father).
F6 Savannahs have a F5 parent (mother) and a SBT parent (father).
SBT (stud book traditional) starts at F4 and can go up to F8.
TYPES OF COLOURS/COATS:
Savannahs can range from all different types of colours, coats and patterns. Some are more sought after than others.