Grahame Dangerfield, Hertfordshire, Britain, Wheathampstead, 1971
The appealing youngsters with the big ears look too cuddly for words. But in a year or so they will grow up into quite a handful. They are servals, or African tiger-cats, and they are the first to be privately bred in Britain. They were born at the private animal sanctuary of TV naturalist Grahame Dangerfield, in Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, As they play king of the castle" with the long-suffering "Tank", the leopard tortoise, they are just a couple of cuddly kittens. May 1971 "
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