A Savannah is a cross between an African Serval cat and a domesticated house cat.
Savannah cats are known for their vivid coloring and spotted coats. They are tall and sleek with large paws.
Savannah cats are very aware of their surroundings and are significantly smarter than normal house cats.
We have a large property that enables the cats to have plenty of space to run and play. The property is over 10 acres in size. The cats have access to their own custom habitat, as well as grassy areas, trees, and ponds. Our property is located in SWFL, so the cats have the ability to be outside year round.
We strive to ensure the highest quality of care for our cats. Customer service is also a priority for us. We provide as much information as possible to individuals who are interested in purchasing a cat from us. Following up through the learning process makes us feel confident that the cats will be properly cared for.
We've always had a passion for animals, especially cats. We've had many types of pets that range from domestic cats to horses. Caring for animals has always been a big part of our lives. We wanted to make it an even bigger part of our lives and emerge ourselves in the pet breeding experience.
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Our kittens are TICA registered. We require a depost of $1,000 to place a kitten on hold.
Savannah cats are a relatively new breed that was nationally recognized in 2012, although they were first bred in the 1980's. They're known for their majestic appearance with tall, slender bodies, large ears and large paws. Savannahs have a unique personality. They are very intelligent, energetic, and loyal - like a dog. However, they are also independent and aware - like domestic cats. Their size depends on the size and shape of their parents, as well as the percentage of Serval genetics that they inherit. Savannahs have several color patterns that include: brown spotted tabby, silver spotted tabby, black and black smoke, snow, and marble. Savannah cats require a high quality diet that integrates both wet and dry food. Overall, they're a pet that is great for an individual or a family.
SBT stands for Stud Book Traditional. A SBT Savannah is a "pure" Savannah that has Savannah parents of 3 or more generations.
There are F1, F2, F3, F4, and F5 Savannah cats. The categories depend on what percentage of African Serval the cats are.
Most states follow the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) code which defines wild/domestic hybrid breeds, like the Savannah, as domestic. So, in most cases - no.
African Servals are the 5th largest cat in Africa. They usually weigh between 20 - 40 pounds and are approximately 25 inches tall.
The difficulty in breeding the Savannahs and having success is the reason they are so expensive.
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