The Prissiest and Priciest Pets in the World
The product of a domesticated house cat and an African Serval, the Savannah Cat can weigh over 30 pounds and is extremely intelligent. The highest priced Savannahs are about 75 percent Serval, and the price is based largely on the difficulty of getting a Serval to mate with a domestic cat. An F1, the most expensive, has one parent that is 100 percent Serval. It can take years and most breeders fail to achieve success.