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At our cattery VnvCat you can purchase the rarest cat breeds, such as Savannah and Serval. We deliver kittens all over the world!
Our cattery is registered with TICA (The International Cat Association)
All our kitties have a full package of documents.

Kittens for sale
Male serval
Male serval
20.09.2023
Female Serval
Female Serval
26.03.2024
05.04.2024
Caracal female
Caracal female
25.05.2024

Our pets
Chica Chausie F5
Chica Chausie F5
26.02.2022
Rihanna Savannah F3
Rihanna Savannah F3
11.04.2021
Marvin Savannah F5
Marvin Savannah F5
12.05.2021
Gera Savannah F4
Gera Savannah F4
05.11.2019

About the breed
The serval is a cheetah in miniature. But unlike with the wild cheetah, the serval can be kept at home, the only thing is that it requires proper living conditions.
The serval is a tropical blooded African cat, every move of which is full of dignity, elegance, and gracefulness.
The serval can boast of its special elegance. Servals have medium size in comparison with the other African Felidae species, and they certainly take the lead in size among domestic cat species. The animal is about 19 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder, tail is 11 to 15 inches long. The serval weighs 22 to 40 lb, however larger specimens have been found. Servals’ head is quite small (relatively to the neck length and overall body size) and adorned with wide and long ears with pattern that resembles a butterfly.
It is worth to mention the servals’ legs. They are long and thin. Even when kitties, they show their predatory instinct, reaching remarkable speed exactly thanks to legs. Their legs allow them to jump high up to 10 ft.
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It is considered that the ancient Egyptians were the first who noticed and domesticated servals.
Life expectancy of the serval is 10 to 15 years in the wild. At home, these African cats can live up to 20 years.
The serval holds the record for the longest legs (relatively to the animal’s body) among all Felidae species.
There are circa 14 subspecies of wild servals in the world.

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