Wildlife park called to rehome a cat that's 'too wild'

An exotic cat that was being smuggled into the UK has had to be homed at a wildlife park because it is too wild to go to a normal home.

The feline was stopped from entering the country by Border Control when they realised she is a first-generation Savannah cat - a breed created by combining an African serval with a domestic house cat.

The unusual hybrid, which is recognised as the largest cat breed, costs around £10,000 to buy, as they are difficult to crossbreed - with both types having different gestation periods.