Are F1 Savannah cats legal in Ohio?

OHIO. Savannah cats are legal. Servals are illegal.

What’s the difference between F1 and F2 Savannah cats?

An F1 Savannah Cat is a first generation offspring and has a Serval parent (usually a Serval father and a domestic mom). An F2 is a second generation offspring with a Serval grandparent, an F3 is a third generation offspring with a Serval great grandparent, and so on.

What is an F7 Savannah cat?

Subsequent generations of Savannahs are created by breeding a Savannah with another domestic cat, or by breeding a Savannah with another Savannah. These generations are described using filial numbers ranging from F1 (first generation) to F7 (seventh generation).

What is an F2 Savannah?

The F2 Savannah Cat. The F2 Savannah is the product of a F1 Savannah mother (“Queen”) and a savannah Father (“Stud” or “sire”.) ​ The F2 Savannah is one of the most desirable generations of Savannah cats. With the F2, you have the large, tall size and the beautiful exotic look with less maintenance of the f1.

How big do F6 Savannah cats get?

For F5, F6, and F7 Savannah cats, you can generally expect them to stay in the size range of 11-13 pound and 11 inches tall or less. In other words, later generations are more likely to grow to roughly the size of a large domestic house cat.

How much does a F6 Savannah cat cost?

Savannah Kittens Price Range

Males Kittens Female Kittens
F4 : $2,000 – $2,800 F4 : $2,000 – $2,800
F5 : $ 1500- $5000 F5 : $1500 – $2500
F6 : $1200 – $2,500 F6 : $800 – $1,800
F7 : $800 – $2000 F7 : $800 – $1300

How much do F6 Savannah cats cost?

At the time of writing, F1 Savannah cats can cost as much as $16,000 for males, and $25,000 for females. Subsequent generations cost less, and prices finally dip below the $2000 mark from around the F6 generation onwards (for pet-quality animals).

What is an elite Savannah cat?

An Elite Savannah Cat is a spectacularly beautiful kitten, so extraordinary that only one “shows up” at Select Exotics a few times each year. These exceptional kittens have the most vibrant coats, intense, rich color and dramatic markings.

What is a F5 Savannah cat?

F5 Cats are the closest to domestic cats and usually are about 11-12% Serval. They still have the look of Savannahs, but their body shape looks much more like a domestic cat. They are shorter and stockier. Male F5 kittens generally range from about $1,000 all the way up to around $5,000 (for breeders).

What is the difference between F1 and F6 Savannah cats?

This generation’s male savannahs are considerably fertile compared to F1, F2, F3, and F4 savannah generations. F6 and all onward generations of savannah cats continue to obtain fertile males for the continuity of this breed. F6 savannah cats are more like typical domestic cats and less like Serval cats.

How much does a F3 Savannah cat cost?

We prefer the F3’s and highly recommend these kittens to many pet homes as they are the best combination of a wild look with a sweet personality and make a great family pet. F3 Savannahs cost $1,500 to $6,000.

What is the temperament of an F4 Savannah cat?

These generations are very similar to the F3’s in temperament. Even more hands on, they’ll want to be petted and played with often. Intelligent and energetic, social and outgoing, compared to a domestic cat, the F4 and F5 Savannah cats are considered much more intelligent and higher energy than a domestic.

What does the F in the Savannah cat stand for?

The F in the Savannah cat stands for filial, not foundation. F1 is the proper use of the symbol and the use stems back to Mendelian genetics. F is for Filial and 1 for the first-generation offspring of the hybrid.