by Michael
(London, UK)

Here are two pictures taken by Kathrin Stucki of me and Helmi Flick with a Serval cat. The pictures were taken while the Flicks and I visited A1 Savannahs. This tame male Serval cat was superbly well socialized. As you probably know Martin and Kathrin Stucki breed Savannah cats at their cattery, A1 Savannahs. They are based near Ponca City in Oklahoma, USA and their cattery is probably the best know worldwide.

Martin and Kathrin Stucki do a wonderful job of socializing their Savannah cats. It is at the core of their business. After all there is little point in breeding wonderful looking, exotic and rare cats if the they are difficult to live with. The Savannah cats that live with the Stuckis in their house are a fine example of highly socialized wildcat hybrids.

Michael with tame Serval at A1 Savannahs – Photo by Kathrin Stucki

This tame and socialized Serval cat (I apologize for forgetting his name – I will update this post when I have it) was simply like a much smaller domestic cat in terms of his interaction with us. Although, of course, he was more active and stronger. He was a delight to be around. He loved to play and to be involved with us.

Helmi with tame Serval at A1 Savannahs – Photo by Kathrin Stucki

We had a great time visiting A1 Savannahs. I’ll be making a video or two based on the visit. A1 Savannahs receive many international guests from around the world and as a result they have built a guest house to accommodate visitors. Here’s a picture of Martin bottle feeding an A1 Extreme Savannah cat. This is part of the vital socialization process and there is no shortcut.

Martin Stucki bottle feeding a Savannah kitten that is destined to be a very special Savannah cat of high quality.

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Dec 13, 2010Please see more
by: Michael You can see a lot more about servals, both as domestic cats and as wildcats on this page: ServalFeatured pages are:Serval Description

Morpheus and Penelope

But there are many more.


Nov 06, 2010One day
by: cher love these cats. one day….! Have a bull dog and black lab right now, but one day. Will keep you in mind.

Aug 21, 2010Adopt Serval and Savannah kittens
by: Kelly WallkerHi Every one.
I am a hobby exotic cat breeder.Here i have the chance to give the love desire Serval and savnnah kitten. for you who love to have one in your home and cant afford the expensive fee for the kittens serval or Savannah. we give you a chance o adopt one from the new litters we just had new litters Serval and Savannah kittens F2 AND F2 Savannah babies are also available , We give you the chance to adopt one .

Email me directly if interested anD whiling to give the babies a good home, do not worry about where you are located shipping is available and we handle that for you .
Email me at jkellywallker@yhoo.com

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Michael Broad

Hi, I am 70-years-of-age at 2019. For 14 years before I retired at 57, I worked as a solicitor in general law specialising in family law. Before that I worked in a number of different jobs including professional photography. I have a longstanding girlfriend, Michelle. We like to walk in Richmond Park which is near my home because I love nature and the landscape (as well as cats and all animals).

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  • What beautiful cats! I wish I could have one, but I am busy saving the ones that are toss aways... so many out there it's sad. Maybe one day though! :)

    Love and Light
    Carol

  • Hi!Michael,
    Thank you for your reply.
    Please feel free to use my photos in my blogs.

  • It's so cut! I'm deeply fascinated.
    I have also two cats from africa.
    Please see my blogs if you are interested.
    adress:elsamama.blogspot.co.at

    • It is nice to hear from Uganda. Thanks for visiting. I'll visit your blog. I may even write something about it.

      Would you let me use one or two of your photos on my site?

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