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New Kitten came home with me today.

Patti

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you might see something at the F3 or F4 level
There have been many F2 seal lynx Savannahs (I bred one myself several years ago) - once you're past the F1 level where you know that 50% of the genes come from the serval and 50% from the domestic, what gets passed on from generation to generation is a toss of the dice with each crossing.
 

Sean

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There have been many F2 seal lynx Savannahs (I bred one myself several years ago) - once you're past the F1 level where you know that 50% of the genes come from the serval and 50% from the domestic, what gets passed on from generation to generation is a toss of the dice with each crossing.
That makes sense. What did you get for kittens with that cross?
 

Sean

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Well Xander is that age where can no longer get behind the computer display where I have it in the desk
so now it walk on the keyboard and he is heavy enough to do things now. He is becoming a typing fool.
BUT he has not made any Ebay bids or orders from Amazon. YET!
 

Sean

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Ok so someone is getting back on the bed. Happily no spots on the cover.

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Also you know how some of the "experts" say not to hold a cat like a baby?
Well not my doings. Xander gets into this position all by him self. He will then drift off into a deep sleep.

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I can not explain why but he does seem to like it that way. Does that make him an oddball?
 

Sean

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Xander is not so much into the tummy rub as he is into head, ears, neck and sides.
He can be laying tummy down and if you scratch or rub he rolls onto his back. Then
he just takes a snooze.