LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Residents in suburban neighborhoods are not accustom to seeing miniature "pet cheetahs" walking around. Calling the local fish and wildlife authorities thinking a bobcat might be on the prowl they are unaware the breed thrives on human interaction and behave, for the most part, like your average domestic cat breed. Michelle Mills, owner of F1Hybrids Savannahs, responded;
"Savannahs have no relation to a Bobcat, Leopard, or Ocelot, nor the body type or pattern of any of those breeds. The greatest differentiation is the temperament of a Savannah compared to a pure exotic. Captivating the exotic looks and traits combined with a lovable domestic temperament is the whole point of the breed!"
Unique traits are an oversimplification when it comes to this feline. The elongated legs glide gracefully across the living room and reveal a possible six foot vertical leap straight into the atmosphere. Then suddenly it's ears twitch with sonar like hearing and they are dashing off in search of the sound. At the end of play you'll find the Savannah curled up at your feet.
"It inspires me to hear a customer say how much interactive intelligence, loyalty and love they get from their Savannah. As a breed, they are highly intelligent and active so they need someone who can keep up. If an irresponsible owner does not take care of this beautiful animal they can have issues just like owning a high energy dog breed. Breeders are meant to support and guide you to success and with that help you should have a very happy life with your kitten."
F1Hybrids Savannah Cats specialized in well socialized savannah kittens for approved pet homes.
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