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"I care not for a man's religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it." ~ Abraham Lincoln "An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language." ~ Martin Buber "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." ~ Anatole France "In the beginning, God created man, but seeing him so feeble, He gave him the cat" ~ Warren Eckstein

Serengeti Cat

Serengeti CatSerengeti cat is a relatively new breed of exotic cat. It is the result of it's mixed ancestry, the Oriental Short hair Cats and Bengal Cats. The Serengeti cat is a very special new breed, worthy of its recognition by TICA. The founder of this breed is Karen Sausman. She has been in the breeding business for 40 years and breeds a lot more than cats. She has a lot of experience in breeding animals, intact she also breeds horses and dogs. Because of its popularity the Serengeti Cat was developed simultaneously in the USA and UK.

The Serengeti Cat is a large boned, long legged, domestic cat resembling an African wild cat. Their posture is more upright with their heads held high on a long, thick neck. The ears of the Serengeti Cat are very large, rounded on the end, and placed directly on the top of the head. The American Serengeti cats have larger ears than the UK breeds due to the ears inherited from the American Orientals. What makes the Serengeti cats more special is the color, it is same as the Leopard Spotted cats. A clear yellow to gold cat with a pattern of distinct widely spaced black spots. A Male Serengeti Cat can weigh between 10-15 pounds and female weigh between 8-12 pounds.

Serengeti cats are very affectionate, purring loudly whenever they get attention. They are very active, playful and friendly. If introduced properly they should get along well with other pets. They easily adapt to their surroundings, love to climb and chase toys and will play for hours.


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