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Life expectancy

The Savannah has a life expectancy of between 13 and 20 years


Adult size

Female Between 12 and 17 in
Male Between 12 and 19 in

Adult weight

Female Between 11 and 26 lb
Male Between 11 and 26 lb
Coat colour
Black Brown
Type of coat
Eye colour

Purchase price

The Savannah costs between £1500 and £2600

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More details about the Savannah

Savannah: Origins and history

The Savannah comes from the cross between the domestic cat and the Serval, Leptailurus Serval, a cousin species. Indeed, the cat and the Serval are both part of the Felidae family and are sufficiently similar from a genetic point of view to hybridize.

Since ancient times, the wild cat has accompanied humans in their daily lives as pets and as hunting assistants. Hybridisation of Servals with the domestic cat began in the 1980s and the breed was officially accepted in 2001.

Kot savannah - cena

The price of a Savannah kitten varies enormously according to the sex and the generation of the individual, calculated since the initial cross with the Serval. On average, they cost between £1500 and £2600. Lineage, breeder and age also influence the cost. It costs at least £35 / month to provide for their needs, by offering a quality diet and ensuring their good health.

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