How To Care For A Savannah Cat Breed | Things to Know About Savannah Cat

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Besides meeting your Savannah cat’s basic needs, you will need to provide this active and intelligent breed with a lot of physical and mental stimulation. Teach it tricks, provide a variety of interactive toys, and make sure to place cat trees and perches around the house. Additionally, because Savannah cats like to chew, make sure to secure electrical cords and remove toxic household plants from your home. Furthermore, never let your cat go outside alone. When going outside, make sure to keep it on a leash and supervise it at all times.

The Savannah is a hybrid cat breed. It is a cross between a serval and a domestic cat.

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