TWS was contacted by regarding Hilo, a Savannah after he was trapped by authorities. Hilo acquired his name from the place he was from Hilo, Hawaii where it is illegal to possess a hybrid or wild cat. He was born in 2006 and came to the sanctuary in 2008. Savannahs are a cross between domestic cats and African servals. We were happy to accept Hilo into our hybrid program.
Hilo was shy at first but has since found his inner prankster. He loves any enrichment we give him and any he can find on his own, especially taking the top off the food container. He loves to bite and scratch the enrichment and uses the scratching post to its fullest. He will sometimes let his caretakers get close enough to pet him or even sit next to them and wait for attention.
You can help provide daily care for Hilo by sponsoring him today. Your help will be greatly appreciated.