The real deal on Savannah cats?
"We get calls all the time from people asking us - begging us - to take them off their hands," Susan Bass of Big Cat Rescue, a sanctuary in Tampa, Florida, tells The Dodo.
The trouble, she says, is it takes a long time to breed the wild out of a wild animal.
"You have to go through at least five generations to get a cat that's even remotely docile enough to live in someone's family," Bass says.
How's that working for you, Savannah?