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Life expectancy

The {breedName} has a life expectancy of approximately 15 years


Adult size

Female Between 16 and 18 in
Male Between 16 and 18 in

Adult weight

Female Between 24 and 33 lb
Male Between 24 and 33 lb
Coat colour
Black Brown White Red Cream
Type of coat
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More details about the Safari

Safari: Origins and history

The Safari originates from the United States. The initial pairing of a Geoffroy’s Cat with a domestic cat occurred in a research lab in the seventies - the practice of breeding them came about in the decades that followed. Today, there are around 70 individuals registered by TICA (The International Cat Association).

Safari: Purchase price

The purchase price of a Safari varies enormously from one kitten to another. Hower, as this breed is still very new, there is not enough date to set an average price for this cat. The price will therefore be high because of the breed’s rarity. The cat’s lineage, sex and age can also influence the cost. You should allow for at least £40 per month to meet their needs, by offering them a high quality diet and ensuring to keep them in good health.

Be wary of fraudulent breeders who deceptively try and sell cats of other breeds as Safaris.

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