Savannah

A hybrid of a domestic feline and a medium-size African wild cat, the Savannah is a challenging and rewarding companion.

If you want a low-energy cat to snuggle all day while you binge on Netflix, think twice about adopting a Savannah cat. This breed has lots of energy and needs physical and mental stimulation.

If they don’t get the activity they need, they may get bored and make their own fun–which can mean destructive, unwanted behaviors around the house.

For a diligent human who keeps up with this cat’s needs, the Savannah makes for a fun-loving, active family member with plenty of affection to give.

 

Vital Stats

Origin

USA

Length

13 to 20 inches, not including tail

Weight

8 to 20 pounds

Life Span

17 to 20 years

Stuff For Savannah Fans

Breed Characteristics

Affectionate with Family

4/5

Amount of Shedding

3/5

General Health

5/5

Potential for Playfulness

5/5

Tendency to Vocalize

3/5

Kid-Friendly

5/5

Friendly Toward Strangers

4/5

Easy to Groom

5/5

Pet Friendly

5/5