The Savannah cat is the largest of the cat breeds. A Savannah cat is a cross between a Domestic cat and a serval, a medium-sized, large-eared wild African cat. The unusual cross became popular among breeders at the end of the 1990s, and in 2001 The International Cat Association (TICA) accepted it as a new registered breed. In May 2012, TICA accepted it as a championship breed.
Many Savannah cats do not fear water, and will play or even immerse themselves in water. Some owners even shower with their Savannah cats.
Savannahs may either chirp like their serval fathers, meow like their domestic mothers, both chirp and meow, or sometimes produce sounds which are a mixture of the two. Chirping is observed more often in earlier generations. Savannahs may also "hiss" – a serval-like hiss, quite different from a domestic cat's hiss.
Legal ownership is authorized to keep these exotic cats as pet in a private home. Buying and selling of these cats are permitted once they reach the age of 2 months or older and receive proper vaccines administration.
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