Last Updated on November 12, 2023 by Pets Feed
This feline, which was measured on January 29, 2021, is the result of a cross between a domestic cat and a serval, an African wild cat and large ears. In fact, Fenrir’s grandfather was a serval named Kongo, who passed his size to his offspring.
Despite being a descendant of a wild feline, Fenrir is exceptionally high for the breed, because it measures a thumb more than medium -sized Savannah cats, which generally measure between 36 and 44 cm.
William John Powers, by Farmington Hills, Michigan, United States, and the owner of the cat, says he likes to take it in public. As it is much larger than other Savannah cats, it is often confused with other breeds. “Sometimes people see it and think it’s a little panther, a puma or an ocelot. It can scare them and move away from him with fear, but once I explain that he is a therapy cat and very friendly, people are delighted to get closer, “he said.
As president of a feline refuge, William wanted to use the unique state of Fenrir as a Recors holder to help organize beneficial events and thus collect street cats and the Detroit refuge.
Its owner, who is a doctor and specialist in HIV and directs his own office in Michigan, says that Fenrir and his other cats are an important part of his experience in the consultation.
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Fenrir, which is named after one of Saturn’s moons, is a Savannah F2 cat, recognized by the International Cat Association as a sub -race.
Fenrir could even be about to overcome the height and record of his late brother Arcturus. With 48.4 centimeters, Arcturus previously held the same record title in 2016 and continues to maintain the “Tallest” domestic cat in history.
Fenrir comes from a family with several records. For example, his late brother Cygnus, a silver maine coon, held the longest tail folder of a living domestic cat. The current title is his sister Altair, whose exuberant tail measures 40.83 cm, but Cygnus still has the longest tail recording of a domestic cat, with a tail which was measuring approximately 44.66 cm.
Images: Courtesy Dr. Will Powers
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