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Serval Cat
« on: August 28, 2021, 10:05:45 PM »
My customer has one of these:

A male Serval Cat.

It was very 'independent' so I had to be satisfied with the pictures that I got.  Not wild but certainly not friendly.

He is breeding and raising Savannah Cats:

This Savannah is about 6 months old.

PatD and I saw a Maine Coon Cat in Alaska that was huge and was a mean dude!!
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« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2021, 10:18:32 PM »
Holy allergies Magicman!  
Say when

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« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2021, 10:41:58 PM »
   My wife and I went to Kenya the summer of 2002 and started on the Masai Mara. According to my journal I see we found a mother serval cat with at least 2 kittens just before sunset on July 23rd. I spotted her right at sunset walking across a grassy meadow and first thought it was a cheeta but we drove down to it. We played hide and seek with it for several minutes as it would go from one side of a brush covered termite mound to the other. Finally the kittens stepped out for just a second. Other cars saw us and the tourists came down to see what we had found and we finally had to leave. They are beautiful animals.

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We saw Grants Gazelles, a baby elephant attacking a bush, and topped it off at the end of the day by finding a Serval cat with kittens. We played tag with the mother for a good twenty minutes driving around one side of a brush covered termite mound to another just getting glimpses of her till unexpectedly the two small spotted kittens stepped out in the open for just a moment.
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