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Debra Clark
Member Since: June 2009

Salina, Kansas

Tel: (785) 820-7328

Email: noahsclark@aol.com


  The Serengeti cat is a cross between the Bengal cat and an Oriental cat. Created by Karen Sausman of Kingsmark Cattery in California in 1994, the Serengeti is still in the development stages, but the ultimate aim is to produce a cat that looks similar to a Serval, without using any recent wild cat blood. Bengal cats originated from the hybridization of Asian Leopard Cats. Most Bengal cats used in Serengeti programs are many generations removed from these origins and possess few genetic contributions of the Leopard Cat except alleles affecting coat color. Serengeti cats are spotted cats, with long legs and very large ears. Male Serengeti cats are generally slightly larger and heavier than females and can weigh up to 15 pounds; females generally weigh between 8 and 12 pounds.

Serengeti cats are recognized by TICA (The International Cat Association) in tabby, ebony silver, ebony smoke and solid black. A group of breeders in the UK are currently working towards getting TICA to also recognize the snow spotted (aka lynx-point) variety.
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