Savannah cats are half domesticated half wild. Savannah cats are very needy.
It doesn't like to play by itself, it needs a lot of playtime so be sure you have time to play with it.
Savannah cats are very mischievous and very smart.
Savanna cats are talkers.
It's not a lap cat.
They can hide in places where you'll never find them.
It never gets tired of unrolling toilet paper.
Once the Savannah cat learns how to turn the lights on and off, it will do it all night.
The hiss of a Savanna cat is more like a snake hiss.
The meow is also different.
Savannah cats do use the litter box.
Savannah cats can live up to 20 years.
Check with your State, city, and county to see if you need a permit to have a Savannah cat.
Most Savannah Cats are extremely friendly and social.
Savannah Cats like any other domestic cats and dogs.
You should set up a small, quiet room with a litter box, food and water bowls, and a bed.
The cat should remain isolated for a minimum of two weeks to allow adjustment to its new home.
Cat/kitten needs to feel safe and secure to develop its unique personality.
Keep your new cat/kitten away from all of your other pets for at least two weeks. This allows them
to feel safe.
When you introduce your cat/kitten to your other pets be prepared to put the kitten back into it's room if things get too rough. Do not leave your new cat/kitten alone with other pets until you are absolutely sure that they will get along.
Savannah cats enjoy getting out for some fresh air from a safe enclosure or a walk on a leash.
Savannah cats do not view the human as prey.
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