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Cindy - 2010-03-04
I own a serval, and the only negative comments I can make is that she is way smarter than my husband, and her farts could knock a buzzard off a poop wagon. She is very loving, social, and gets along well with everyone, including people, children, and other pets.

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  • Kevin - 2010-03-22
    How did you come about owning one of these animals?
  • fred - 2010-03-30
    Hi Cindy:

    How old is your serval? Does your serval spray inside the house and how are her litter box habits? I am trying to find out if a serval would make a good pet to travel with me. I am also thinking of getting a caracal, if they would make a more suitable traveling companion.
  • Nic Gore - 2010-05-02
    Where can I buy a serval?
  • jeff - 2010-10-16
    I also own a serval he is a love bug plays well with our 18 month old daughter and other cats. Great pet if you have the time.
  • Madison - 2011-01-23
    Where did you get your serval? I have been searching for what seems like forever but still no luck. Give me the website/email if possible.
  • Mimi - 2011-02-16
    Is this the only type of cat that gets that big? My daughter loves cats course she is only two but my in law said the other day that they have big cats that can get as big as a dog but she couldn't remember the name. So that is my question as far as are their different types and also where do you search for one so you have to go through an exotic country for them or are they here in the states? Thanks for taking your time to read my comment and she is beautiful love the print on her:)
  • spalkalorie - 2011-03-29
    I can't wait for more intereesting posts! When can I expect an update on the website?
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Frank Chavez - 2010-07-21
My new pet kittie I hope it doesn't eat my pet Chupacabra! I am seriously considering this at some point when good 4 the animal and it makes positive difference!

annie leach - 2010-04-12
What is a physical description of this animal?

DuckMan - 2009-12-26
Claire, I bet you don't like WC Fields either... you know he said children are great, especially with a little barbecue sauce.

Sonya - 2009-11-20
I am starting some interesting research on the African Serval Cats and was wondering if anyone out there could answer my question. What, if any, is the difference between the Serval and Savannah? Is it that the Savannah is breaded with domestic cat and Serval is pure bread from Africa? Are they considered hypoallergenic cats? How can I get intouch with a proper breaderand get more info?

Claire - 2009-09-03
Servals shouldn't be pets. They're wild animals, they could hurt a person if they got angrey, or worst case sernario maybe even eat a small person ex. baby. I'm not exactly sure. But my point is servals are wild animals and don't belong in our homes. The same goes for other big cats and other wild animals, they don't belong in our homes and our neighbor hoods!

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  • 9mm - 2010-03-21
    whats the diff between owning a wild animal or a dog, a dog could easily kill a person, but they dont because they are taimed from infancy , if u get a baby servel it will grow up taimed. there is no difference. "domestic animals" are not "domestic" when they r first born, they are trained.
  • Ted Nugent - 2010-05-13
    Are you a member of PETA? Because you sound like a far left-goof ball. A Serval is a medium sized cat that eats small Rodents. Instead of worrying about a cat that stands 20 inches tall eating babies you should be worrying about our border control and dirt bag criminals being released daily from jail that are repeat offenders of aggravated charges.
Jean Good - 2009-03-11
I have had two servels and I dearly loved them. I bought them as kittens and they were raised in the house with my family. My grand children played with them. Their names were nan'de and kenya, one was a female and one was a male. I lost both of them in different years. The female got sick, had to take her to OSU medical school for surgery, she later died. Now I have two cougars, but I loved my servels. I could keep them in the house. I got these servels when they were three weeks old and raised them on a bottle. Would love to have another one but can't find one.

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  • syd - 2010-04-09
    Wow! Like a real cougars! That's so cool!
  • Damien - 2010-04-30
    Hi my name is Damien and I will keep you in mind when my servals are born. It won't be for about 9 to 12 months but I'm sure I will have them sooner or later. Sorry for your loss on the servals. You can contact me by email.
Bee - 2009-02-23
Would it be ok to use an electric harness on your serval? My family is thinking of getting one, but we dont want to cage him. There is a website that sells them... Thanks

Danusia Paw?owicz - 2009-01-29
I love the serval cat! I have one F2 ALC bengals and she is very sweet!

Armando Lara Nogueira Neto - 2008-11-16
Hi, my name is Armando and I live in Brazil. I just got a Serval and she is much more than I can imagine, but I did not find a treat that she really loves,
Can you help me?

Tks a lot


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