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What was the name of the Savannah cat?

What was the name of the Savannah cat?

Luna exceeded all expectations of what we thought a Savannah cat would be. She quickly melded into our home and our hearts as our first pet. Luna was due for her second feline distemper combination vaccine and a vet follow-up examination soon after her arrival.

What kind of disease does Luna the Savannah cat have?

Our Savannah kitten was diagnosed with fatal feline infectious peritonitis. This is Luna’s story of survival thanks to developing research. What is FIP in cats?

What kind of tricks does a Savannah cat do?

Savannah cats are generally intelligent and curious. They are easily taught tricks on by command, that just like you normally would see with a well-trained dog doing, . This includes tricks such as retrieving objects, opening doors and cabinets, turning the faucet etc.

How long does Luna the Savannah cat stay at the clinic?

If we made it, Luna would be the first privately owned, naturally acquired FIP infected cat to start this new drug trial. To make this even more hopeful, she was at the perfect age to respond to the drug; an anti-viral agent. Luna would stay at their clinic for 5-10 days of drug trial and monitoring. Time was limited, as she was deteriorating.

How can I tell if my cat is a Savannah cat?

To identify a Savannah cat, check if its ears are tall, long, and pointed straight up, which is a defining characteristic of Savannah cats. Also, look at the colors and markings on the cat’s fur. If it’s brown, tan, silver, or gold with dark spots, it could be a Savannah cat.

What kind of coat does a Savannah cat have?

But there are important commonalities. The Savannah’s coat can be brown, tan, silver, or gold, with dark spots. It can also be black with spots of a slightly different shade of black. The Savannah’s spots can be round, oval, or elongated.

Why does my cat have a distended abdomen?

If one of these is not functioning properly, the distended abdomen may be a sign of that issue. Kidney failure is both acute or chronic. Acute kidney failure can be anything from a blockage in a male cat (a urethral blockage); chronic kidney problems can result from conditions like untreated hyperthyroidism.

What kind of eyes does a Savannah cat have?

Some have noticeable ocelli which are the ‘eyes’ on the back of the ears. Most often they are multi colored to mimic an eye with white circular markings with darker bars above and below on the backs of the ears. Ocelli serve social functions, such as signaling to kittens and confusing predators.