Servals are wildcats that are sometimes kept as pets in legal places. Savannah cats are hybrids of servals and domestic cats. As described above, the Serengeti cat was created to resemble the serval without serval blood.
The Exotic Shorthair was created as a shorthaired Persian. Interestingly, the Exotic Shorthair has a flat-fronted face and is similar in size. The Persian is calmer than the Exotic Shorthair, which is more active.
Though less widespread than other wildcat-looking spotted cat breeds, the California Spangled has an interesting history. Anthropologists influenced the breed's formation.
The Ocicat resembles a wildcat. These cats have no wild blood, which may surprise you! The breed combines Abyssinian, Siamese, and American Shorthair cats. Interestingly, the Ocicat doesn't resemble any of these breeds.
Crossing caracals with Abyssinian cats generated the caracat, a new breed. Caracats, like other hybrids, become domestic after several generations. By the fifth generation, caracats resemble domestic cats.
Savannahs, another mix of domestic cats and wildcats, are gorgeous and affectionate. Savannah cats' appearance vary each generation, like many hybrid breeds. F1 cats have one serval and one domestic cat parent.
Some people think the American Bobtail came from a bobcat-domestic cat hybrid, but the Pixie-Bob did. Short-tailed American Bobtails were caused by spontaneous genetic mutations.
You would think Chartreux are delicate indoor cats due to their beautiful blue coloration. Farmers want Chartreux cats because they hunt well. They also play fetch with owners! They are friendly household pets, yet they bond with one person more than others.
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