Cats, tomcats, kitties, a whole host of names to designate these balls of fur that we love. There are rare, diverse and varied ones, but do you know these?
The savannah is a breed of cat that was created in the United States in the 1980s. “Created” because indeed, this large cat was born from a cross between a serval and a domestic cat. A serval is a wild cat from Africa. And the least we can say is that the savannah looks a lot like its serval parent: the size, the color or even the characteristic shape of their ears. The savannah is also very large, it can measure up to 45 cm at the withers and can weigh up to 14 kg. Despite everything, this breed remains relatively rare, and these cats are truly majestic.