AVAILABLE KITTENS PAGE --- UPDATED
Nov 23, 2018 ---
Note: I have no F1s or F2s available currently.
F3 kittens ready for new homes in December:
Tess and Arlo are the proud parents of 2 girls and 1 boy (the boy has a home
arranged): They were born October 2 2018 and will turn 11 weeks on December
Lighter girl: (photo at 7 weeks old on the left, at 6 weeks on the right),
she is full of purrs for me. Her name is Corduroy.
Tess's darker girl will be elegant looking, and will have coloring a lot
like her mom Tess.
And then Meredith and Arlo have two F3 kittens just a week older, the
girl is available.
She was born September 24, 2018 and will be ready for new homes starting
at 11 weeks old which is Dec 10. Sweet and fun, she loves to play and make
big leaps for the fishing wand toy.
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kittens are well socialized: plenty of hands-on
handling during that critical period of 2-8 weeks, my kittens
are all born and raised indoors in my home. Some kittens may be bottlefed.
A deposit is required to hold
the kitten of your choice. I accept Paypal and all forms of checks
for a deposit.
I am in Virginia.
I am happy to drive to meet people from surrounding states such
as MD, PA, DC, TN or KY if that will help to avoid a flight. But
I do ship kittens if necessary, currently only within the US, kittens
must be at least 11 weeks to travel by air.
Ask to see
photos of prior kittens from my momma cats, to get an idea of
what they may look like as adults.
How are my
kittens different from others: My kittens all trace back to my
own original cross of maine coon breed girls to a serval.
The maine coon breed is large and mellow tempered. My kittens are all
short haired because long hair is a recessive trait.
I have just
a small number of F2 and F3 litters every year, usually 2-4
More about me : I am a dog and
cat veterinarian working 1-2 days a week, part time stay at home mom, and
part time Savannah cat breeder. My human/cat family is located near
About Savannah Health: I have
not found Savannahs to differ in their veterinary or nutritional
needs from regular cats. And so far, it doesn't appear that the Savannah
breed is prone to any particular health defects. It is a new breed
and so time may find something, most purebred breeds have conditions
that run in the breed. However, the Savannah breed does have a wide
genetic base with input from lots of other breeds and due to this we can
hope that the occurrence of breed specific problems will be minimal. Our
breed's health will be only as good as the genetics of of the individual
cats used to found the breed.
Feel free to write
me and ask any questions at all on the Savannah cat in general
or my kittens in particular, whether or not you are interested in
a kitten at the time.
My Kitten Socializer!
The lower percentages look less like servals,
here we see a F10 in its natural habitat.