Savannah cats were developed in the 1980s by crossing wild African Serval cats with domestic cats. As a result of mixed breeding, Savannah cats can vary in appearance and temperament. However, they often have a few key characteristics in common. They can be very large and athletic with a love of hunting. They are long legged, with upright ears and a gorgeous marbled or classically marked coat. Beautiful and requiring plenty of stimulation, Savannahs are a fantastic companion for hands-on cat parents.
Coat: Short haired
Size: Large cat, 50 - 56cm (excluding tail)
Weight: 12 - 25 pounds
Lifespan: Variable but usually around 15 years
Temperament: Mischievous, adventurous, and athletic
Origin: United States of America
We don’t rave about fresh cat food because we sell it. We rave about it because we know it is the best for your Savannah's health and happiness. Benefits your Savannah will enjoy when eating fresh cat food daily include:
● Better digestion
● Improved energy
● Shiny, healthier coats
Like most cats, Savannahs are obligate carnivores. This means that they are genetically suited to receive their nutrients from meat. Yet many popular cat foods use have little meat, prioritising profit and shelf life over high quality ingredients. This needs to change. At KatKin, we produce fresh cat food. Formulated by vets and using premium ingredients: simply100% fresh-cooked human-grade meat. KatKin never compromises on giving cats the very best. Don’t just take our word for it. Switch fearlessly and try fresh cat food with your Savannah today.
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In the UK, it is legal to own a Savannah cat. Good news for Savannah cat lovers! Different generations of Savannah cats have a different proportion of African Serval in their genetics. The first generation (F1) is illegal to own in the UK without a Dangerous Wild Animal Licence. The further down generations (F2, F3, and F4 Savannahs) are legal to own though.
Unfortunately, Savannah cats are not considered hypoallergenic. Some breeders may claim their Savannah cats are hypoallergenic because they shed less fur than other breeds. However, Savannahs still produce a substantial amount of Fel D1 which is the protein responsible for most allergies.
One pouch of KatKin fresh cat food will be enough to keep your Savannah cat satisfied. This is because we tailor to every cat we meet. Inside the pouches we deliver straight to your door are the exact daily calorie and nutrient requirements your Savannah requires to maintain their active lifestyle.
Savannah kittens benefit from being fed between 4 - 5 times per day. Keeping that in mind, our Savannah kitten food is perfectly portioned into daily pouches. Therefore, one KatKin pouch should be divided into 4 to 5 meals throughout the day to supply your Savannah with all the nutrients they need to support their growth and muscle development.
Savannah cats will show their affection to the lucky chosen ones with an abundance of loving head butts and enthusiastic meowing. However, due to their active nature, they are not likely to curl up in your lap for extended periods of cuddling. A Savannah cat's love language is a bit of petting and lots of playing games.
Simple, fresh & healthy. At KatKin we are shaking up the cat food industry one meal at a time. When it comes to cats, we never compromise. You shouldn’t either. Trial a KatKin 14 day food subscription for your Savannah cat today and receive 20% off.
Savannahs not the smart, sophisticated cat for you? Discover another cat breed to fall in love with and feed fresh food to daily. They will love you for feeding them quality fresh meat, even if they are too proud to show it.