Planet Exotis Pets Farms



$2,500.00 $1,500.00

  • Scientific name: Leptailurus serval.
  • Native habitat: Sub-Saharan Africa, typically around wetlands and savannahs.
  • Size: 21–24 inches at the shoulder. 26–29 inches in length. Can weigh between 20–40 pounds.
  • Diet: It mainly eats rodents.
  • Lifespan: 10 years in the wild, 20 years when domesticated



What to know about servals
Servals, which originate from Africa, are probably one of the more popular exotic cats kept in the US.
Every once in a while, a pet serval (or Savannah cat, discussed further below) will escape from a residence and will be labeled by the news media as a cheetah, which it superficially resembles due to its spotted markings and long legs in comparison to its body. The serval, however, has large pointed ears like a fennec fox and is much shorter than the bigger cat that it shares its range with in the wild.
People will often take a look at a serval and assume it to be a threat to the life of its caretaker, but this medium-sized cat is only interested in small prey like birds, rodents, and perhaps a small antelope species.
Servals will flee from the presence of humans and have not been recorded killing any member of our species as of yet.
As one can guess, a bite from a serval is something that should be avoided. All exotic cats can potentially bite if they feel threatened or cornered.
Servals are aloof, quiet, and may be tolerant of other pets when raised in the home.
They are also easier to confine since they are not avid climbers.
Servals are often used as educational animals; you might have seen them being walked on a leash and demonstrating their amazing jumping ability to an audience.
Servals are prone to weight gain without adequate exercise and enrichment, so this species needs an owner who’ll encourage this.


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