Savannah cats are relatively new in the United States, but have been popular in Europe for many years. You will need to provide quite a lot of exercise if you own a Savannah Cat as they are very active and have a high prey drive.
In this section, I will talk about how to adopt a savannah cat based on my personal experience as well as some research from other sources.
Savannah cats are a cross between a domesticated cat and a serval, a medium-sized African cat with a leopard-like coat. In this article, we will explore the history of this domesticated animal and how to adopt one.
Savannahs can be intimidating for beginners when it comes to owning them. That is why they have been called “panthers in pajamas”.
In many ways, these cats are like typical house cats that we would find in our homes without the typical house cat smell. They eat mostly wet food and dry food combined with occasional treats of raw meat or eggs.They also need indoor living space with room to roam around freely and an outdoor enclosure where they can hunt prey if they choose to do so.