The Serengeti is a breed of domestic cat developed by crossing a Bengal and an Oriental Shorthair. They are spotted cats with round tipped ears. They have long neck and long legs. They are short-haired cats in tabby, ebony silver, ebony smoke, solid black, snow spotted, although the last one is not officially recognized. Spots can be black or dark brown on a beige or gold back ground, while the silver has black spots on a silver background.
Serengetis have thick long neck, strong chin and large round eyes either yellow or green and hazel. Their coat is short with a fine texture requires little grooming, once per week. Teeth brushing, nail trimming and ear cleaning complete their grooming requirements.
The Serengeti cats are very friendly and sociable. They can live indoors or outdoors and they are wonderful pets for any kind of family given that they get along very well with children and other pets better when they are still kittens. For very young children, you should observe and supervise their attitude, to treat the cats with respect so there are no dangers involved. Serengetis are very active, playful and loyal. They love jumping around and play with you and chose when to jump in your lap.
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