The Savannah Cats

 
Savannah cats are considered one of the larger races of domesticated cats. Savannah cat's body size is higher, slender, and larger than other domestic cats. Savannah cats are the result of marriage between types of Serval cats (wild cats from Africa) with exotic domestic cats that are smaller than the Serval cats like the Bengal cat, Oriental Shorthair, Egyptian Mau, or Serengeti.
Savannah cats have a loyalty to its owner like a dog loyalty, Savannah Cat owners can follow and watch like a dog. Savannah cats can be trained like sitting, sleeping, jumping, walking on the rope, fetch the owner and others.
Interestingly Savannah cat leap very high, Savannah Cats are not afraid of water, there is even the owner who took a bath together like taking the dog a bath together. Savannah cats are reported as very social and friendly with new people and other cats and dogs, while others can run and hide or go back to hissing and growling when seeing a stranger. Savannah cats have no temperament problems that would be associated with basic cat more shy and / or aggressive hybrid. Savannah cats are very curious, and have been known to get into all sorts of things. Savannah cats often learn how to open doors and cabinets. Savannah cats belong to the ten races of the world's most expensive cat, prices ranging from U.S. $ 4 thousand (Rp36, 3 million) to U.S. $ 10 thousand (Rp90, 7 millions).