2023 Author: Alex Livingston | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
The Savannah Cat belongs to a truly out of the ordinary and particularly exotic breed, which includes the African Serval among its ancestors but is small in size. One of the characteristics that make it unique is its particular spotted coat. But what is the personality of this so charming cat? We will talk about it here, focusing on strengths and weaknesses of his character.
The Savannah cat's temperament depends on its own generation and how much is the relationship with the wild African Serval "diluted". Those genetically closest to this ancestor will inevitably be more active and will require an amount of space, specific knowledge and patience that not everyone has.
Those of later generations, on the other hand, are much easier pets to manage and fantastic life companions: many people attribute to the Savannah "canine" quality, as they are loving and loyal. They are also sociable, love to be in company and will easily get into the habit of waiting on the doorstep for the return of their human.
They are curious, active and highly intelligent animals, all traits that will require some level of patience for your part: the cat could easily get bored and need constant mental stimulation. They love to be challenged and may need more complex play and more advanced training than other cats.
Savannahs love to play, and they can too combine some good ones: if they get bored, they can start dropping objects on the floor, scratching various surfaces in the house and nibbling on objects found around. This behavior could also be dictated by the instinct to mark the territory (clearly the result of the kinship with the Servalus). A scratching post tree could help reduce the "destructive" impact of these instincts.
If you can keep them busy and mentally stimulated, Savannahs are gods great cats to have with you and can also adapt to a completely indoor life. However, they generally love to be outdoors; some people have even managed to train them to walk on a leash, but in general they are very active - they love to play, run and climb.
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