The first Savannah cat was produced in 1986 and was a cross between a male serval and a Siamese domestic cat. However, the Savannah cat breed would not become popular until over ten years later towards the end of the 1990s. It was officially accepted as a registered breed in 2001 and as a championship breed later in 2012.

Savannah cats are a cross between domestic cats and serval cats (which are fairly large, big-eared wild African cats). Usually males are larger than females. It is common that the first generation of hybrid cats will usually possess all the serval’s wild/exotic traits and appearances, however unfortunately these diminish as generations progress and times go on.

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