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The Legal Stuff

The Legal Stuff
F6 Savannah Nala

Ok, so first things first. You should check to see if where you live even allows a savannah cat. There are certain locations within the United States, where this cat has been removed from the list of allowed animals. I would hate for you to put so much work into finding your perfect pet, only to find out you can’t legally have them. Here is a link to see what your states regulation is on the matter.

General Cat Overview

Savannahs are amazing, loving, hilarious, and energetic cats. You will never be bored with these guys, and on top of that they are stunning! I have included a link to the Vet Street, which gives you a detailed overview about this awesome breed.

F6 Savannah Starburst
General Overview

About the Savannah Breed

F1 Savannah Senya

Personality and Behavior

Savannahs are very social, intelligent, and loyal cats. Most savannah cats enjoy playing in water, separating them from most domestic cats. Savannahs do this funny little thing called chirping rather than meowing which is more common among higher generation savannahs, which gets passed down from their serval heritage.

Savannahs are a hybrid cat. It is a cross between a serval and a domestic cat. The savannah physically takes after their serval ancestry having a long slender body, long legs, long neck, tall upright ears, short tail, and ocelli behind their ears. They have a triangular shaped face with hooded eyes and tear stain markings below the eyes, running along the nose. The accepted TICA standard for spots is tight round black spots. TICA's accepted colors are silver, gold, black, and black smoke. The hind end of the savannah cat is higher than its prominent shoulders. These cats are well known for their running speeds and high jumping abilities.

F6 Savannah Nala

Savannah Cat Pricing

F1 Savannahs

  •  Male Pet Price: $15,000 – $20,000

  •  Male Breeder Price: NOT AVAILABLE (F1 Males are STERILE)

  •  Female Pet Price: $15,000 – $20,000

  •  Female Breeder Price: $16,000 – $25,000

       F1’s are difficult to produce as one parent is an African Serval, and the other is a domestic cat. There is a very low success rate with these pairings, and a breeder can endure great loss attempting to produce F1’s. They are known to produce small litters, if any.

F3 Savannahs

  • Male Pet Price: $4,500 – $6,500

  • Male Breeder Price: NOT AVAILABLE (F3 Males are STERILE)

  • Female Pet Price: $4,500 – $6,500

  • Female Breeder Price: $5,500 – $7,000

F2 Savannahs

  •  Male Pet Price: $7,500 – $9,500

  • Male Breeder Price: NOT AVAILABLE (F2 Males are STERILE)

  •  Female Pet Price: $7500 – $9,500

  •  Female Breeder Price: $8,500 – $10,000

       F2’s are difficult to produce as the male is much smaller (males are STERILE until the F5 generation), and many males wont breed an F1 female. Producing F2’s is also very expensive as the breeder must obtain costly F1’s to do so, and they more often than not have small litters.

SBT Savannahs

  • Male Pet Price: $2,500 – $4,500

  • Male Breeder Price: NOT AVAILABLE (F4 Males are STERILE)

  • Female Pet Price: $2,500 – $4,500

  •  Female Breeder Price: $4,500 – $5,500

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