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For people that are looking for a medium sized, short coated cat breed, this is the cat for them. The Serengeti Cat is a popular cat breed originally from United States. Serengeti Cat owners have really enjoyed their time with this feline companion and noted that they are friendly, socialblack, silver, and tabby. Their personality and demeanor is what makes most owners incredibly happy to have them in their homes for their entire lifespan of 12 years! It is important for a cat owner to understand their cat. Please continue reading to learn more about the Serengeti Cat breed!
The Serengeti Cat has been known for its medium size and this has been a deciding factor for many owners of this breed. Its build is best described as long legs, large, and strong. Because the Serengeti Cat breed is a medium sized cat breed it often weighs between 8 lbs to 22 lbs. This cat would fit well in a medium sized home! The fur (or lack-there-of) of the Serengeti Cat is often described as short, fine, and tough. This is because this Serengeti Cat breed has a strong bloodline! Their fur (or skin) may come in colors such as black, silver, and tabby; which can make them very unique among their peers. The short length tail found in most of the Serengeti Cat breed is believed to help the cat with balance, grace, and agility. Their small sized eyes, that are common among the Serengeti Cat breed, create a unique look that their owners find adorable.
Serengeti Cat breeds do not show any character change when entering a new environment. They adapt almost immediately to their new environment. The Serengeti Cat really loves to make new human friends! It has no problem showing love and affection to everyone it meets! Owners that are looking for a daily companion will love this breed. The Serengeti Cat prefers to have plenty of human companionship its life! Unike the British Shorthair Cat, Sokoke Cat, or Manx Cat; this cat loves to be around children. It enjoys spending its time as a playtime companion for the owner’s children. Their owners that also have dogs can expect to see it interacting well with the dogs. The Serengeti Cat really loves dogs! The Serengeti Cat really enjoys snuggling and showing affection. Owners get plenty of love from this cat! This cat breed loves to play so much that it will often wake its owner up, at the start of each day, for playtime. Energy is not a problem for the Serengeti Cat. At times it can appear to have an endless amount! This cat develops habits and routines, and can also be trained because they are highly intelligent.
Grooming the Serengeti Cat can be done with a little time spent every few months brushing, bathing, and trimming. This is all that is required from the owners for the Serengeti Cat breeds to stay presentable. This cat does not shed much, but may lead its owners to clean their homes more frequently than before. Owners should not expect many problems with their Serengeti Cat. This is a cat breed that does not have health issues very often. Health issues are common among domesticated animals. This cat breed may be susceptible to Diarrhea, Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease, and Vomiting. Allergic reactions are not common, but may occur in people with cat allergies that come near the Serengeti Cat breed. Owning a cat is a financial responsibility. Owners can expect to pay between $300 and $700 to purchase the Serengeti Cat and about $1000 per year to maintain it.