Sebastian, an African serval, was found roaming the streets of a suburb. Authorities brought him to the Washington Park Zoo until they could find a sanctuary to take him permanently.
The Wildcat Sanctuary agreed to provide a home for Sebastian. He arrived spitting and posturing and hasn’t stopped yet. He is not an unhappy cat, he just wants his way and it can never happen fast enough.
Sebastian didn’t accept the other servals at the Sanctuary, so he currently lives quite content in his own habitat. Servals are solitary cats in the wild. We’re happy that we’re able to provide Sebastian with the peace and solitude that his wild nature craves.
SEBASTIAN ENJOYING ENRICHMENT