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F1 Savannah cat jumps to top bunk to wake sleeping boy — 5 Comments

  1. It sure was a magical leap to the bed! It looked effortless and I had to watch it twice. And “Magic” sure loves that kid. Nice video.

    • Yes, it is amazing, Albert. I think Magic is still alive. I visited A1 Savannahs twice. I stayed on one occasion for 10 days in their guest house. It is a farm environment. There were F2 Savannahs running around all over the place and an F1 too. All were very worth thousands of bucks. The Stuckis sold the business (highly profitable) to a friend who is a sport hunter. I never went back.

      • You were in Oklahoma, eh? Interesting that you visited them. How did you like the cats? That you didn’t go back especially after they sold it to hunters is understandable. Why they did that has to be hard to believe.

        • It is a great place. A genuine farm-like atmosphere. The F2 Savannah kittens were all over the house being socialised. Beautiful kittens. Customers would come and go. Probably flying in to pick up a 10,000 dollar cat. Free cat carrier comes with cat! Martin Stucki liked cars. They had several muscle cars. Very hot. Flat landscape. Cheap house prices. The Stuckis wanted me to move out there and buy a place.

          • I lived in Edmond (approx 100 miles south of that farm) for 3 years (’77 – ’80). I moved there to be with my girlfriend (dance partner) and became a dance teacher. Also rode and cared for some thoroughbreds. Yes, very flat there, but my gf wasn’t so it balanced out. Someday like the original Macintosh computer, that $10,000 should come down with any luck, but I’d hope no Savannah ever goes to riff raff. The name “Stucki” sounds very, very familiar to me…

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