S: Savannah Cats
FC: Savannah Cats | By: Maddie Hulse
1: Description | Savannah cats are tall and have slender bodies. They have a smaller head with large ears. A Savannah's coat comes in a variety of colors, the most popular being a goldish tan color, followed by a grayish silver color or black. The weight of the Savannah depends on the generation of the Savannah. F1 cats can weigh up to 20 pounds and are about 45 cm (a little over a foot) in height.
2: What is a Savannah Cat? | A Savannah cat is a cross between a servile and a domestic cat. A servile is an African wild cat. | Servile | Savannah
3: Cost | Savannah cats cost a lot more than the average house cat. | F1: Male $7500-$22000 Female $6000-$22000 F2: Male $4500-$16000 Female $4500-$14000 F3: Male $3000-$6000 Female $3500-$5500 F4: Male $1200-$3000 Female $1200-$4500 F5: Male $950-$6000 Female $950-$3000
4: Generations | Many things are determined by the generations of a Savannah. The generation is how close the Savannah is related to the servile.
5: F1: An F1 Savannah is when the parents are a servile and a domestic cat. F2: An F2 Savannah is when the parents are an F1 Savannah and a domestic cat. F3: An F3 Savannah is when the parents are an F2 Savannah and a domestic cat. F4: An F4 Savannah is when the parents are an F3 Savannah and a domestic cat. F5: An F5 Savannah is when the parents are an F4 Savannah and a domestic cat.
6: Care | Savannah cats are very curious and love to play. It's best to start good behavior habits early on. Like any other house cat, Savannah cats require regular visits to the vet and need to have the proper vaccines. However, Savannah cats don't react well to most traditional ways of anesthesia.
7: Diet | Savannah cats have a bit of a different diet than regular cats. They need one that consists of raw meat.
9: Sources | http://www.savannahcat.de/savannah_en.html http://www.a1savannahs.com/f1.htm http://www.kasbahcattery.com/faqs.htm