AVAILABLE KITTENS PAGE --- UPDATED
November 19, 2023 -- Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Please note I have no F1 or F2 kittens currently.
Available F3 kittens Fall/Winter 2023:
Tess (F2) and Arlo (F5) have two spotted F3 girls born late this summer.
Cuddly and playful, gorgeous, good travelers (had a family adventure to Chincoteague
with them a few weeks back) and now ready to find homes!
Baby from a couple years back:
Ruby went to live in Virginia Beach
Check out some videos: Demdar Savannahs
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, OH, or KY if that will help to avoid a flight.
If you live further away and can not pick up by driving, I am happy to meet
you at an area airport for you to pick up in VA or DC - 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. (But despite
Maine Coons having long hair, my kittens are all short haired because
long hair is a recessive trait.)
I have just
a small number of F3 litters every year, usually 2 litters.
More about me : I am a dog and
cat veterinarian working 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. In particular I've been breeding for nearly
20 years and my kittens have not ever had problems with any kind of
vaccine or anesthetic. Please be aware though that sensitivities to
medications can be a heritable phenomenon: just because my own lines of
cats have not had problems does not mean if you buy a kitten elsewhere
you can ignore any warnings the breeder may give you.
In general the Savannah cat breed appears
to not have frequent problems with any one disease or disorder. Several
genetic issues have come to light as coming in from other breeds during
the early days of breeding, and breeders are now actively working to eradicate
these by testing and restricting the breeding of any affected or carrier
kittens. My kittens come with a comprehensive health guarantee that
includes a guarantee against PK deficiency, PRA, and any other congenital
problem that could come to light up to one year of age.
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, back at age 3.
The lower percentages look less
like servals, here we see a F10 in its natural habitat.