Savannah Kittens for Sale
We Specialize in F1 and F2, but also produce F3, F4, and F5
Based Out of Kansas City ♥
*If you are unable to travel to pick up your kitten in person, we have personal pet nannies that will hand deliver your kitty to the closest airport to you.*
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My name is Melissa Morris and ever since I was a little girl, animals have stolen my heart. I wanted to be a Veterinarian until I decided that I didn't want to work with animals that were hurt or sick. When I was 8yrs old I found abandon baby bunnys that I fed formula every few hours until they were old enough to release. I also saved baby birds and fed them worms every few hours until they started hopping around and could release them. I have volunteered at animal shelters, and was a foster mom to baby kittens with special needs.
When I went off to college I took an aptitude test to help me decide which direction I should pursue my studies. Test results show the best job for me was a Killer Whale Trainer. LOL But honestly it didn't surprise me.
To find myself breeding the Savannah cat is no surprise at all. I have the privliege of staying home with my kids/cats, which allows me dedicated time into raising these beautiful, rare, exotic, hybrid cats.
HPF1 F2, F6 due mid July 2021
Call me to get on my wait list so you don't miss out.
What is a Savannah Cat?
The Savannah cat is one of world's rarest hybrid cat. Its a cross between an African Serval and a domesticated house cat. Savannahs are recognized for their tall legs, long slender bodies, large ears, long necks, short tails and of course their exotic spots.
The first Savannah produced was by a Bengal breeder, Judee Frank. She crossbred a male serval, belonging to Suzi Woods, with a Siamese (domestic cat) to produce the first Savannah cat (named Savannah) on April 7, 1986. In 1996, Patrick Kelley and Joyce Sroufe wrote the original version of the Savannah breed standard and presented it to the board of The International Cat Association. In 2001, the board accepted the breed for registration.
Today many own Savannahs and they come in all different sizes and colors. Ranging from 10lbs-30lbs. The coat colors vary as well. The traditional BST (brown spotted tabby)comes in two shades warm golden and cool toned with black spots. There are silvers SST (silver spotted tabby) which are almost white/light grey with black spots. There is the melanistic (Black with black spots) they look like a panther. Then there is the classic (marble) they are ones with swirl pattern. I usually only produce the BST but on occasion will have some melanistic show up. I have one Silver queen so on occasion get silvers.
What is the difference between a Savannah Cat and a Bengal?
If you love BENGALS, you'll fall head over heels more in love with the Savannah! The Bengal is bred from the Asian Leopard Cat (ALC) which is actually a mean natured cat, whether it's domesticated or not, they just are not a friendly cat. The Bengal being a hybrid from the ALC and a domestic, inherent a handful of those characteristics and can be very temperamental. ALC is also a small exotic cat weighing around 12 pounds full grown. Naturally the bengal will be around the same size as a regular cat. They have short legs, round heads, round eyes, smaller pointy ears, and their coats have rosettes (large multi colored irregular spots) Photo to the right is a bengal cat.
The SAVANNAH is a hybrid of the African serval.The African Serval is a much larger cat than the ALC. The average Serval weighs around 35 pounds although there are larger ones weighing 55-60 pounds but not as common. The Serval is the cousin to the Cheetah. Tall legs, long bodies, short tails, massive tall rounded ears, triangular faces shape, hooded eyes that are boomerang shape. Their coats are usually golden (some melanistic - black with black spots, and snow- white with tan/grey spots) with solid black spots all over and 2 thick black stripes down their neck on down over their shoulders. The serval behaves like a domesticated dog, very smart, loyal, loving, plays fetch, walks on a leash, loves water etc. The Savannah inherits the larger size and personality of the Serval. Not only do you get size and exotic look with the savannah, but you get personality and manageability of owning one in your home since they use a litter box just like a regular cat. Don't get me wrong, Bengals are very cool and have awesome markings but once you experience both, the Savannah leaves an unforgettable impression.
All Our Kittens Come
Litter box trained
2 year Health Guarantee
16 page Kitten Care Guide
Parents genetic tested: PRA & PKDEF results are NN
Most important, raised with love by our whole family (4 young kids) so they are super sweet when you get your baby.
Life Time of advice & guidance
F1, F2, F3 harness train & come with harness & Leash.
F1, F2, F3 Microchipped