Female African Servals for sale

Female African Servals for sale

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Gorgeous¬† females! Playful and curious with awesome purrs they are ready for pick up now. If interested please message us with your State and County regulations (and where you found them) and tell us a little bit about your knowledge of serv…


Female African Servals for sale

Female African Servals for sale

Rainforest Serval The Serval (Leptailurus serval) is a medium-sized African wild cat. It is closely related to the African Golden Cat and the Caracal. The Serval is generally found in most parts of Africa excluding the arid desert regions to the north around the Sahara, parts of the western tip of Southern Africa and certain areas of the tropical rainforests of Central Africa.

Serval Diet

Although the Serval is highly specialised for catching rodents, it is an opportunistic predator whose diet also includes hares, hyraxes, birds (quails, flamingoes, quelea and teal), reptiles, insects, fish and frogs. The Serval has been observed taking larger animals, such as small antelopes, however, over 90% of the Servals prey weighs less than 200 grams (7 ounces). The Serval eats very quickly and if its food is big enough, it sometimes eats too quickly, causing it to regurgitate the food because of clogging in the throat.

Serval Habitat

Serval cats range from dry open grasslands to woodland savanna and even to the moister areas around the equatorial rainforests.

The Servals main habitat is the savanna, although melanistic individuals are more usually found in mountainous areas. The Serval needs water courses within its territory, so it does not live in semi-deserts. It is able to climb and swim, but seldom does so. The Serval has now reduced in numbers due to human population taking over its habitat and also hunting for its pelt. It is not necessarily now threatened with extinction, however, it may come to that unless trade is closely controlled.

Servals are found in well-watered savannah long-grass environments and are associated with reed beds. They occupy a variety of habitats all associated with water sources, they range up into alpine grasslands and can penetrate deep dense forests along waterways and through grassy patches. They will make use of arid areas in extreme instances and have occasionally done so in parts of south-western Africa.


1 review for Female African Servals for sale

  1. Dylan Hardin

    I am extremely grateful that I was able to easily find such a good breeding service as Pretty Exotics. The price for our baby African Servals was perfect, and she had obviously been handled a lot and was well taken care of when we were able to pick Her up. The facility we met Her in was very clean and well-kept as well. Richard was super nice, and it was great getting to meet Him ! Our baby is perfect, we couldn’t have asked for better! Thank you!

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