Savannah Cat Pictures
Images of a Hybrid Cat Breed

These Savannah cat pictures capture the essence of this unusual and rare hybrid cat breed.

The hybrid Savannah cat is an exotic cat breed and the result of crossing a domestic cat with the wild Serval cat.


4th generation Savannah Cat

Camelottaspots Lady-Agent-in-Charge | F4 - 4th generation Savannah Cat | cat photo courtesy of © Agents Cats, USA





Savannah cat
Savannah cat

Savannah Camelottaspots Lady Merryn | 3rd Generation Girl F3 | Savannah cat photos courtesy of © Agents Cats, USA


Savannah cat
Savannah cat

Camelottospots Lady Ruffian | 3rd generation Savannah F3 | Savannah cat photos © Agents Cats, USA


Savannah cat
Savannah cat




what does f1, f2 indicate?



Breeders generally indicate the generation by using the following - F1, F2, F3 and so on.

What this means for example is that an F1 cat is the direct descendant or offspring of a Serval / domestic cat cross whilst an F2 would be a second generation cat and one generation removed from the wild Serval.

It goes without saying that the lower the number i.e. an F1 would have a lot more  'wild' blood and the characteristic and temperament would be closely related to the wild Serval.

An F4 for example would have a more predictable temperament as it is a couple of generations removed from the Serval.



Savannah cat
Savannah cat

Savannah Camelottaspots Lady Merryn | 3rd Generation Girl F3 | Savannah cat photos © Agents Cats, USA 





Savannah kittens

Savannah kitten photo courtesy of Agents Cats.


Savannah Camelottaspots Lady Merryn | 3rd Generation Girl F3 | Savannah cat photos © Agents Cats, USA





If you feel that you have the ideal home for the hybrid Savannah cat then visit the profile which provides valuable information regarding its features, personality, health, nutrition and grooming.

There are laws regarding keeping these hybrid cat breeds. The history, origin and regulations about Savannah cats will provide detailed information for potential owners.

Our very special thanks to Wind and Ecko for sharing their photographs with us.  Whilst they have taken a hiatus from breeding Savannahs, do visit their cattery at Agents Cats and take at look at their Pixie Bobs.





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