HISTORY - PERSONALITY - HEALTH
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This domestic cat is a replica of the Serval cat of the
African plains from which it originated. It is closer in size to its Serval
ancestors than the Domestic cat. The first recorded Traditional Savannah was the
result of a breeding between an African Serval and a domestic shorthair in the
1980s by breeder, Judee Frank. The
resulting F1 female kitten was named
Interest in the breed took off when Patrick Kelly purchased
This unusual, beautiful and exceptionally graceful cat is affectionate and outgoing. The purpose of this breed is to be a spotted, exotic cat with a domestic cat temperament. Much like a family dog, they will follow their humans around the house with curiosity and interest in what is happening around them. The combination of elegant, exotic appearance and inter active personality makes the Traditional Savannah an outstanding companion.
Coming from a cross between a wild African cat and a domestic cat, they have good health and vigor.
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