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The F1 Savannah cat requires space to roam and a special diet, and it does not like to be held. Paying attention to the Savannah's moods and tendencies ensures a lasting bond. More »

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The F1 is a type of Savannah cat. F1s are considered to have 50 to 82 percent serval ancestry. The males of this category are usually the largest of the Savannah cats. More »

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Before buying a Savannah cat, buyers should make sure that they can legally own one. While the cats are legal in most parts of the United States, some individual jurisdictions restrict them because they are the result of... More »

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