|A Savannah cat in habitat|
1. Get a male African serval cat.
2. Get a female domestic cat that is an Egyptian Mau, an Ocicat, an Oriental Shorthair, or a Domestic Shorthair.
3. Mate the two cats together.
4. Hope you get kittens.
|A serval in habitat in Tanzania|
|A lurking Savannah cat!|
Anyway, by the F5 generation, the males can start being fathers, but by then the kittens don't look as much like the breed standard as the earlier generations do. So at that point, it's best to start over with a male serval and make another F1 generation.
The color of a Savannah depends on what breed its mother was. The breed standard allows a brown spotted tabby, silver spotted tabby, black (with black spots), and black smoke.