Features of savannah
The behavior of the savannah and of the hybrids is particular: curious about everything, sociable, very invested in the relation with the man, the savannah does not appreciate solitude, it is the case in particular of the first generations.
Together, the savannahs maintain close and even exclusive relationships. This can also be the case with other species, like us. Having one or more savannahs therefore requires being available, and learning to observe it in its various demands.
The reasons for this behavior can be varied:
A true Savannah has no European blood. Closer to the Middle East and Orientals, his behavior is therefore more exuberant ;
The serval ancestor is the most tame of wild cats ;
Breeders take great care in the socialization of hybrids.