Contract Pricing

Breeding and Generations of Savannahs

Savannah generations can be very complicated. Understanding percentages of generations can be even more confusing. Savannahs are the most expensive cat breed in the world. It is an extremely difficulty cat to produce due to the significant difference in gestation periods between the serval and a domestic cat (75 days for a serval and 65 days for a domestic cat)and sex chromosomes. Many breeders have tried and failed producing F1 generation Savannahs. Many pregnancies are often absorbed, aborted, or kittens are born prematurely. It is very difficult for a female to carry an F1 offspring.

Servals can be very picky in choosing mates, and often will not mate with a domestic cat or savannah female. Many breeders raise the Serval in their homes, around their females to increase the chances of successful future breedings. Serval Female’s choose their mates in the wild. F1 Female’s also do this and wont let many savannah males breed them. It takes a special male to breed an F1 female. Later generation Savannah males are also very expensive as Studs. Male Savannah’s are sterile from the F1 to F4 generations.

There have been a handful of fertile F4 males in the world, but not many. Most, but not all F5 and later generation males are fertile. This also lead to the cost of the savannah cat being so expensive. Savannah Male’s are sterile until the 5th generation with any reliability. F5 Males are much smaller than the F1 and F2 Female’s which can cause mating difficulties.

F2 Savannah’s are expensive for two reasons. First, breeders experience an extremely high cost for the F1 Savannah Female with breeding rights. Second, again the difficulty of producing the F2 kitten. In Nature made male cats bigger than the female’s for a reason. Higer generation Female’s also have silent heat cycles and are often times missed opportunities on behalf of the breeder. The higher generation females will ofter carry the pheremones related to the Serval, often times the male will not recognize the scent.Finding the right breeding combination can be extremely expensive and difficult for the breeder… taking years to get it right.

Prior to purchasing a savannah kitten, its imperative to confirm that ownership of a Savannah cat is legal in your state/province, county and city before finalizalizing a purchase.
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KITTEN PRICING- Includes the following:

PK Def test N/N (paperwork both parents)

PRA test N/N (paperwork both parents)

  • 2+ Vaccinations
  • 2+ deworming
  • microchip
  • Spay/ Neuter
  • Snap Test
  • Health Guarantee
    (see contract for details)
  • TICA Papers
  • Pedigrees
  • Contract

F2B FEMALE- beginning pricing

Pet price $8000+
Breeder $9500+

F2B MALE- beginning pricing

Pet only $8000+

F3C FEMALE-beginning pricing

Pet Price $5500+
Breeder $7000+

F3C MALE- beginning pricing

Pet only $5500+

F4SBT FEMALE- beginning pricing

Pet price $4500+
Breeder $5500+

F4SBT MALE- beginning pricing

Pet only $4500+

F5 SBT FEMALE- beginning pricing

Pet price $2500+
Breeder $4500+
F1 programs $6000
No fertility guarantee

F5 SBT MALE- beginning pricing

Pet price $2500+
Breeder $6000+

F6 SBT FEMALE- beginning pricing

Pet price $2500+
Breeder $ 4500+
F1 programs $6000
No fertility guarantee

F6 SBT MALE- beginning pricing

PPet price $2500+
Breeder $6000+

*Pricing is subject to change at any time based on color, confirmation, quality, or our discretion

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