Savannah cats

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Subject: Savannah cats
From: "Bob Moffatt" <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 14:37:25 +1000
The value of a pet may initially have "future owners being watchful as to where they let their beloved kitties go." but the price of such imports would certainly drop once the cat sp. became established in the pet trade - the white cockatiels that the aviculture industry produced in the early 1970's were initially worth more than the equivalent of todays $5-10K (and they were the subject of avicultural theft!) when first released by the one breeder - now they available for $15 and regularly escaping to feed the local peregrine falcons and probably domestic cats.

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