F1 Savannah cat
F1 Savannah cat buy: The Savannah is a hybrid cat breed. It is a cross between a serval and a domestic cat. or Savannah cat is a cross between an African Serval and a domesticated house cat. If you already know the genetic difference, then you will know that a savannah is a serval that has been crossed with a domestic cat, and therefore, a savannah will be smaller and usually less wild. Also, as servals are wild cats, they may be illegal to own in some states. In addition, a savannah is smaller, and therefore easier to care for and safer to have in a house. The Savannahs’ tall and slim build give them the appearance of greater size than their actual weight. Size is very dependent on generation and sex, with F1 hybrid male cats usually being the largest. I would recommend you get a savannah instead, as servals can have very dangerous wild instincts. Also, on a side note, many states also have laws stating that a serval may only be owned for savannah breeding and it is only legal to own a certain generation of savannah so that it carries less wild serval genes. I hope my answer helps and I applaud your determination to own one, I think any breed of cat is simply amazing and I wish you good luck getting your dream pet!
There are many different number and letter variations to classify the different savannah cats, but to keep in in simple terms we differentiate the different generations using the (F). All Foundation Savannahs have an F and a number associated with it to indicate how many generations it is from its Serval ancestor. This however is not how TICA will recognize the breed. An F1 kittens would be the first generation removed from the African Serval. An F2 would be the second generation removed from the African Serval, and so on as show bellow.
F-1 (50% + Serval)
F-2 (25% + Serval)
F-3 (12.5%+ Serval)
F-4 (6.25%+ Serval)
F-5 (3.12%+ Serval)
F-6 (1.56%+ Serval)
F-7 (1% + Serval)
F1 Savannah cat Temperament:
The cats are known for their loyalty, and they will follow their owners around the house. They can also be trained to walk on a leash and to fetch.
Some Savannahs are reported to be very social and friendly with new people and other cats and dogs, while others may run and hide or revert to hissing and growling when seeing a stranger. Exposure to other people and pets is most likely the key factor in sociability as Savannah kittens grow up.
An often-noted trait of the Savannah is its jumping ability. They are known to jump on top of doors, refrigerators and high cabinets. Some Savannahs can leap about 8 feet (2.5 m) high from a standing position. Savannahs are very inquisitive. They often learn how to open doors and cupboards,