Big Cat Talking to Girl! – Smart Serval Talking and Understanding

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Zeus is a four-year-old African serval.  Zeus was bred through select breeders generations of domesticated Servals in the United States To be bred as pets. When I (Morgan) decided to own a serval I went through over two years of research, Nevada wild life department inspections, and one year of being interviewed and informed by the breeder before I was able to purchase  him and have him brought to my home.  When Zeus was born he had one brother. The breeder watched the kittens grow and after he noticed their personalities, informed me that he knew which serval would be best for my home.  He sweet lovable personable serval kitten that in his words “knows no stranger” and would be perfect for a home with my children.  Zeus was named before he even stepped foot in my home. And he was loved and cared for with more affection than you could dream possible. He is fed regularly, fresh organic raw meat with wild feline vitamin and calcium supplements. Servals are known as they grow, to bond or ‘imprint’ with their owners for life. They will never trust another human being, they will never feel more affection for any other owner. (unlike dogs and most domestic cats that will grow to love their new owners) That is why it is important to build a special trusting bond with a serval.

They tend to be illegal in most countries and states though, and it’s only getting worse thanks to the ‘animal rights activists’ such as PETA. Groups like this are also pushing the ban of hybrid pets altogether, so Savannah and Bengal cats might end up illegal as well.
It seems ironic that the group which immediately euthanizes neally all the pets they grab, takes the moral high ground on this issue.
Still, it’s quite different depending on the place you live in. In general, Savannah hybrids (even the high-percentage F1) are much easier to take care of, but even they are not permitted in many places. Sometimes only F3 or F4+ are allowed.

Comments

Megan P. says:

Is a gepard?

Mike Bull says:

OOOOOOOOOOOOO MG SOOOO CUTE

Dawn Collins says:

she is NOT a girl, she is a mother of two human children, WTH!?

Sidney McCombs says:

i want a cat like him! <3

Raul Teles says:

Did you fuck with the Serval?

kitty cat says:

oh this cat look it so cute, I love cats

ballet artist says:

what camera is that?

keith freeman says:

Love it…..Watching two cats fishing., Great idea, I'll have to try it . I'm pretty sure that the cats, any ct, would have a ball fishing. LOL

Hannah K says:

He is beautiful!

soneelita says:

Au sega ni kila kiu log hybrid cats !

jennimareeh says:

Lovely cat. Does it have claws? I was wondering if pet servals are declawed?

Melancholy Heart says:

I want one sooo bad, but I'll have to wait till I'm in a better place with lots of running and playing room, but where's the lil one??

rick ricky says:

you do a good job with a wild animal—but 99 percent of people should get a reg cat

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