For cat lovers, the prospect of waking up to find a masterpiece in your bed can be very welcome. However, this may change if the trick in question is a serval (Leptailurus serval). This exact scene was recently revealed in Atlanta, USA where a woman woke up very early in the morning to find a huge, exotic cat in her bed.
Being native to countries across Africa, cervixes are not a species that you think you will see in the state of Georgia, just wake up to find an inch out of your mouth. Speaking to CNN, Christine Frank explained that it quickly became clear that the cat thief who jumped on the bed just 15 centimeters (6 inches) from her mouth in her bed was no ordinary house cat. “I said, ‘This is no ordinary cat, I don’t know what it is, but I’m scared right now.
“Later I was like, ‘Was he a bobcat? Was it a cheetah? Was it a baby? Was it a mother?’ Serves are medium-sized feral cats, usually reaching legs0 cm (24 inches) long on the shoulders and can jump up to 1.5 meters (5 feet) in the air. They are given a dress and a cat’s largest ear mark to help their prey hear the small movements of prey on the long grass of Savannah, Africa. Fortunately, the incident did not result in a wound to Frank or Cerval, the origin of which is unknown but it is expected that it is a pet of a local dress.
According to a WHSV3 report, Lt. Wayne Hubbard of Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources (GDNR) said that while the cervix is probably a pet, it is illegal for them to keep it in Georgia, so local authorities should not return the animal to its owner. Native, predatory species are working to trap that should not be allowed to live in the wild. “Once law enforcement is able to stop him, we hope he will then become an authorized sanctuary where he can spend the rest of his life in his proper life,” Alicia Praigowski, senior legislative affairs manager at the Animal Legal Defense Fund, told CNN.