Saturday, May 14, 2005

Pure Evil

NYTimes story about the Savannah cat - the offspring of the wildcats the African serval and a domestic house cat and which are illegal in most states.

The cats - which can cost from $4,000 to $10,000 - are visually striking
with their long necks and oversized ears, and they can be intimidating. They
look like little leopards and grow to more than twice the size of normal cats.
They love to leap and splash in water, and they don't mind taking long walks on
a leash. Some people describe them as dogs in cats' bodies.