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Abyssinian Hybrid :) — 10 Comments

  1. Hi , I have a cat exactly like your cat but grey color . She is still 6 months old and I’m searching what exactly is the breed . I know that the mother is Arabian mau or Egyptian mau I have pictures of her . I don’t know about the father but I think is Abyssinian . See attached pics my cat .

  2. Do you have more pictures of the hybrid Abyssinian/Savannah?
    I have an Abyssinian cattery and I want to buy a Savannah f2 to breed with my mâle ☺

  3. As I know it has nothing to do with the genes of the abessynian. I saw a amount number of Savannahs breed to ticked tabby cats. No showed singhs ot the servaline pattern. But I have a Singapura-oriental Shorthair king. He shows this type of servaline pattern. But: no Serval or savannah was breed to him. I made researches and: This type of pattern is simply one form of the spotted gene. Some modifier seem to akt along with the ticked tabby gene. But it has nothing to do with the type of breed.

  4. I have been looking for a cat exactly like this for the past 3 years. Is there no way you could help me find another like your beautiful darling? I always have loved the cheetah spotted look since I was a little girl…. It would be a dream come true to have one of this saintly cats.

    • Hi Sarah. The article was written a few years ago unfortunately. I don’t know if you can try and contact Mary, the author of the article. I would Google “F2B Savannah cat with Servaline spotted pattern” Google will find this page first but also others and you may get lucky. The F2 Savannah is just as good and more like a cheetah because the legs are longer.

      Thanks for visiting.

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