Serval Joy gave birth….

In the night of the 1st/2nd of April 2017 our female serval Joy gave birth to 3 healthy kittens. The trio is drinking well and Joy is an excellent mom, grooming them and being very protective.

Fortunately daddy Norrick is feeling much better again; we are so glad and grateful we managed to pull him through the wars when he was suffering renal failure. We decided not to give up on him and so far, so good.

The little family is together and not long before the kittens will start wandering around, giving the parents a lot of work. The kittens will stay with us for as long as possible. We do have requests

from Private Game Reserves who want to release one or more of our servals. We will first give the family enough time to be together and to teach the kittens all that is essential, after that we

will consider looking into the requests we received, as of course the aim of our project is to support the species in the wild.

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