Do you actually know anything about the Savannah cat’s size? Which cat species is actually the biggest? We tell you more about the largest cats in the world, namely the Savannah.
Male Savannah cats have been measured as adults with a shoulder height of up to 55 cm in the first generation and with a weight of 14 kg.
Savannah tomcats of the fifth foundation (filial generation) can also reach a height of up to 45 cm at the shoulder. And reach a weight of 10 kilograms. The females, on the other hand, are clear and lighter with 4.5 to 10 kilograms in the 1st branch generation. The Savannah Cat F1 our dream.
However, one should be aware that a Main Coon cat can be larger than an F1 Savannah cat or even almost the size of a young Serval. Many people think that basically a Savannah cat has to be big and expect with a F5 SBT hobby breeder that the Savannahs are as big as an F1 Savannah cat. Unfortunately we have to disappoint you, it regularly happens that the Savannah tomcats reach a shoulder height of approx. 40 cm, which corresponds to the size of a female F1 Savannah cat.
The slightly wilder behavior of the Savannah cat generally decreases from generation to generation. Unless both parents are purebred type full Savannah cats. Not only bring along external features, but also character traits that are very similar to those of an F1 or F2. Often lower generations are quieter and shyer than our F5 SBT Savannah kittens. This has been shown time and again with our kitten in the new home, who reported to us that the F3 Savannah they bought at the same time is not as active as an F5 Savannah.
Savannahs are confident, intelligent and sociable cats who feel at home in the home, wanting to be the center of attention wherever there is activity. They follow a room after room and always want to be there with everything.