Not sure if this fits the thread title or not but here goes:
The other day our neighbor introduced us to their new cat.
24 lbs (and growing) and about as long and tall as any bobcat I have ever seen.
They called it an "F1 Serval". I looked that up and it means they are 75% wild - as in Savannah wild.
They said you never know what genes are going to produce at the F1 level.
They actually got 2 of these animals and they are sisters though the 2nd cat is only 10 lbs.
The cat was on a leash and was very shy and timid.
I am not a cat person but I just don't understand how this works. There is no way you could let that animal outside and expect a 6' fence to hold it. And I can't imagine what the neighbors would think if they saw it out on a leash. So is it practical to keep an animal like that inside all the time?
Maybe I am just too naive about cats but this strikes me as bad fit for a neighborhood pet.
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