F1 Savannah Cat
F1 Savannahs are the product of an African Serval parent and a Domestic cat or Savannah cat parent. F1's are the largest of all the Savannah generations.. When compared to a Serval the F1 Savannah cats are quite manageable. They are very good with their litter box when properly trained as kittens and won’t destroy your house like Servals do. They will bond with immediate family members, and pretty standoffish with everyone else.
F1's are not aggressive, but for the most part they won’t socialize with strangers. They are good with children in the family. When people they don’t know visit, they may retreat to a back room or stay in a cat tree or on top of the cupboards or high place to watch everyone below.
It is very important to hold your F1 as much as you can while they are young because if you do not, the F1 will not want to be held. They need a lot of love and attention, and they will not disappoint you. F1's are very athletic and want to play with you and expend energy, but F1 Savannahs are definitely not lap cats. Trips to the vet can be challenging as they are older. This can be combated by making at least one trip to the vet to get accustomed to the smells and placed in a positive environment with the vet visit will make future trips much less stressful for both the Savannah cat and owner. If a F1 is upset occasionally they will opt not to use the litter box. They are also attracted to plastic grocery sacks if left within reach so put those away or you might find it wet!
F1's can be taught to walk on a harness and most love to play in water, whether it be in your shower or bath tub, an outside pond, the garden hose or sprinkler.
F3 Savannah's range in size with males being 17 to 30 pounds, standing approximately 16 to 20 inches at the shoulder and 22 to 25 inches from chest to rump. F1 females are usually 12 to 20 pounds.
F1's at Luxury Savannah's
Here at Luxury Savannah's we provide F1 Savannah Kittens from bloodlines which are sought after for their exotic coats, beautiful inky spots, tall ears, long legs and friendly temperaments.
The Savannah kittens we raise and provide are pet, played with, socialized, and held from birth so that they will become more social with their human owners. We have plenty of play room for each kitten to grow up and learn and explore. The kittens will leave our home between 10-14 weeks of age, fixed (if applicable), all age appropriate vaccinations, and full veterinarian exam.
Should you move forward with purchasing you will be send a legally-binding sales contract to review and sign prior to any payment. Deposits will be due to hold your kitten of choice.
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