Justin Bieber wants Fans to Follow Savannah Cats Sushi and Tuna

Justin Bieber Savannah Cats

Justin Bieber is calling on all his 119 million Instagram followers to follow his two Savannah cats which he named Sushi and Tuna.

The cats aren’t your typical felines, they’re Savannah cats, which are a hybrid of domestic feline and Serval, a cat native to sub-Saharan Africa.

The singer purchased them for $35,000 dollars from a breeder in Illinois. They are more than 60 percent Serval and will grow to just under two feet tall and can weigh up to 30 pounds.

According to sources, PETA aka People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals an American animal rights organization aren’t impressed by his new additions and are calling him out. Sources with the organization are saying that
the Canadian pop star for ‘fueling the dangerous demand for hybrid cats.’

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Laws governing ownership of Savannah cats in the United States vary according to state. The majority of states follow the code set by the United States Department of Agriculture, which defines wild or domesticated hybrid crosses as domesticated. Some states have set more restrictive laws on hybrid cat ownership, including Hawaii, Massachusetts, Texas and Georgia. Some cities may have laws that differ from the state. For example, Savannahs more than five generations from the serval are allowed to be owned in New York state, but not in the city of New York.

The Australian Federal government has banned the importation into Australia of the Savannah cat, as the larger cats could potentially threaten species of the country’s native wildlife not threatened by smaller domestic cats. A government report on the proposed importation of the cats has warned the hybrid breed may introduce enhanced hunting skills and increased body size into feral cat populations, putting native species at risk. The report states the Savannah cats are not worth the risk.

Savannah cats are legal in every province of Canada, although some provinces have restrictions on the ownership of F1 and F2 generations, and importing Savannahs from the United States requires rabies vaccination and special permits.

Many other nations have few or no restrictions on F2 and later generations.

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