Nutrition of Savannah Cat: food, quantity and frequency of meals

Here’s how to plan the perfect Savannah cat diet: all about the world’s most expensive cat diet.

The Savannah is a very particular cat: a cross between a Serval and a common domestic cat, it maintains a wild appearance and of considerable size. How to satisfy his appetite, without risking him gaining excess weight? Let’s find out together the ideal nutrition of the Savannah.

Savannah feeding: doses and frequency of meals

A key factor to consider in planning the perfect Savannah feeding is the amount of food to be given to the pet.

The specimens of this breed have a variable tonnage depending on the generation to which they belong.

The F1 and F2 cats, which retain more of the characteristics attributable to a wild feline, are larger in size and, consequently, their nutritional needs are more consistent than cats of subsequent generations.

For this, the ideal would be to contact the veterinarian, who on the basis of strictly individual factors, such as weight, lifestyle and state of health of the cat, will be able to identify the right quantities.

In general, however, it is advisable to give the cat a quantity of kibble equal to 40 grams for each kilo of body weight.

The figure will then be divided by 3, so as to also obtain the dose of wet food. How many times a day to feed the cat? If the animal is able to self-regulate, it would be advisable to leave food available all day, so that the four-legged can eat when it is hungry.

In nature, in fact, felines usually devote themselves to 9-10 daily snacks. Alternatively, we can divide his daily ration into small portions, to be administered to the four-legged on several occasions during the day.

What to feed the Savannah?

What nutrients cannot be missing from the perfect Savannah diet?

Felines are obligate carnivores: they need to consume proteins of animal origin from which to assimilate vitamins essential for their well-being, which they cannot produce independently.

Among these fundamental substances, for example, there are niacin, thiamin and cobalamin, which perform indispensable functions for the correct functioning of the immune and nervous systems.

For this reason, the cat’s diet should be mainly based on the intake of meat and fish: green light for chicken, beef, rabbit, salmon, trout and so on.

To make it balanced, of course, it will also be necessary to introduce carbohydrates, fats, fibers, vitamins and mineral salts.

Home or industrial nutrition for the Savannah?

What is the best diet for the Savannah between home and industrial diets?

There is no single answer, as a lot depends on our preferences and the time we have available.

The first mode is more demanding, because it requires us to take care of the preparation of food for the cat, from the selection of the ingredients to their cooking.

It goes without saying, on the other hand, that this option allows a choice of fresh and quality raw materials, as well as the identification of healthy and tasty cooking methods.

The fundamental foresight to be put into practice if you choose to opt for home nutrition concerns the veterinary consultation: an expert must be able to plan the four-legged meals.

Otherwise, the cat could develop nutritional deficiencies and health problems.

The industrial diet, on the other hand, simply involves the purchase of ready-made baby food, to be given to the four-legged.

This mode is faster and less demanding. It will be essential, however, to read the list of ingredients shown on the packaging of the cat food, in order to be sure of the actual goodness and quality of the selected product.

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