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Type
Mammals
Color
Brown
Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
Class
Mammalia
Order
Carnivora
Family
Felidae
Genus
Felis
Size
Around 30cm

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Savannah

A fairly recent type of breed, the Savannah cat is elongated and sleek. Being cross-bred between a domestic cat with the feral Serval, this hybrid cat's coat turned out short and with a beautiful spotted pattern. Although very loyal, this breed is not recommended for first time cat owners, as they are high maintenance and extremely energetic. Although being a cross breed, these cats can be fertile and bear offspring.

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Class
Mammalia
Color
Brown
Description
A fairly recent type of breed, the Savannah cat is elongated and sleek. Being cross-bred between a domestic cat with the feral Serval, this hybrid cat's coat turned out short and with a beautiful spotted pattern. Although very loyal, this breed is not recommended for first time cat owners, as they are high maintenance and extremely energetic. Although being a cross breed, these cats can be fertile and bear offspring.
Family
Felidae
Genus
Felis
Kingdom
Animalia
Order
Carnivora
Photo Source
Pixabay
Phylum
Chordata
Size
Around 30cm
Title
Savannah
Type
Mammals
Unique
1

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