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TripleZ

Savannah Teenager
Update on Loki as he just turned 1 year a few days ago.
12-ish pounds. His father and previous litters were 16 lb, so thinking he might end up a bit heavier than he is now. Good temperament, likes everyone, never shy, always in everyone's business. Does have a bit of separation anxiety when we go to work and has chewed holes in more than a few clothes. Just got a trip to the e-vet yesterday, luckily no blockage on x-ray. We're looking for a 2nd Savannah for company, hoping that will help.







Always 'helping'



 

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Paige
Staff member
Update on Loki as he just turned 1 year a few days ago.
12-ish pounds. His father and previous litters were 16 lb, so thinking he might end up a bit heavier than he is now. Good temperament, likes everyone, never shy, always in everyone's business. Does have a bit of separation anxiety when we go to work and has chewed holes in more than a few clothes. Just got a trip to the e-vet yesterday, luckily no blockage on x-ray. We're looking for a 2nd Savannah for company, hoping that will help.







Always 'helping'



Wow - he is so handsome! Yes, a friend seems to always help...what generation are you looking for?
 

TripleZ

Savannah Teenager
Wow - he is so handsome! Yes, a friend seems to always help...what generation are you looking for?
Id love an F3 or F2, but I think staying with an F4 or later would be good for our household. We don't have kids, but are gone during the day. I'm concerned we won't have the time to tire out a more energetic earlier generation. Although we do now have a house full of toys.... lol

The breeder we got Loki from has a young F5 Silver Spotted female she has been unsuccessful with breeding. We've talked about rehoming her if she is unsuccessful again this spring.
 

TripleZ

Savannah Teenager
Forgot to make an update. We ended up rehomeing Willow an F5 silver that the breeder was unsuccessful with. At 2 years old, 6.5 lbs she is the opposite end of the Savannah "big cat" spectrum. A bit more shy / skittish. Still a lovely personality.



Always "helping". Not even sure what they were chasing.