Are they really just Savannah cats? Did Lifestyle Pets shut down in 2010? I've read almost every article on this (there aren't many, though.) If anyone can help shed some light on the Ashera, I'd be grateful.
They didn’t. A lot of photos on google of Ashera cats aren’t actually the cats sold as Asheras. Many of them were f1 savannahs. Plus savannahs are a relatively new breed, so standards have changed.I'll check out this articles, thanks. I wonder if that's true seeing how they looked different from Savannah cats. Thanks for replying.
A scam x a few at least, see articles. The first article says the owner relocated to England and kept selling supposed hypoallergenic cats… many people never received any cat, it was written in the contract that there was no guarantee of receiving a cat! And I suppose no refund guarantee. And some were cats purchsed from other breeders selling for $260 or so which were resold for $7000 or so.Are they really just Savannah cats? Did Lifestyle Pets shut down in 2010? I've read almost every article on this (there aren't many, though.) If anyone can help shed some light on the Ashera, I'd be grateful.
Yes some can have lower protein levels, Siberians are known for that, a legitimate breeder will test the parent and litter for fel d1 levels. But each cat is different, some have very low levels. I am in some Siberian cat groups and many allergic people say they can be around them without symptoms.And now we know that no cat can actually be hypoallergenic. Thanks for replying!