Collection of elevation illustrations of Savannah Cats in assorted seated postures

Considered the largest of the domesticated cat breeds, the Savannah cat is a mix between a domestic cat and a serval. A serval is a wild African cat, hence the reference to its habitat (the savannah) in the breed’s name. The Savannah cat closely resembles that of its wild ancestor, having a tall and lean build with a long neck, long legs, and big ears. In addition to these prominent features, the exotic look of the Savannah cat also stems from its spotted coat with various colored markings. Temperament-wise the Savannah cat is known to be sociable, loyal, and very curious, using its extreme jumping capabilities (up to 8 feet) to explore spaces.

Size comparison diagram comparing a Savannah Cat to a person

The typical Savannah Cat has an overall height of 13.0”-15.0” (33-38 cm) and body length of 20.0”-22.0” (51-56 cm). An average Savannah Cat weighs between 12-25 lb (5-11 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 12-20 years.


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13.0”-15.0” | 33-38 cm
20.0”-22.0” | 51-56 cm
12-25 lb | 5-11 kg
12-20 years


Drawings include:
Savannah Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Cats (Felis catus), often referring to as domestic or house cats, are small carnivorous mammals that are typically domesticated as pets by humans. First kept for the task of hunting mice, cats today remain popular pets because of their companionship. Cat breeds vary by origin, size, and coat types.