MD Savannah Cats

Breeder of exotic Savannah Cats and kittens derived from the African Serval - Ashera Cats - Savannah kittens for sale

Savannah Cats and Kittens for Sale

All available Savannah kittens will be posted here

We are now accepting deposits  toward our next litter of kittens.  A Deposit of $500 will put you on the waiting list and we hold a kitten for you.   Please specify what sex you prefer.   we will put you on a contact list without a deposit, but people with deposits get first choice of kittens.

Kittens are adopted out in order of deposits received.    So, those with deposits on file have first choice of kittens. 

Prices can range from $1500 to $2500 for a fixed lower percentage Savannah to $6000 to $8000 for a very high percentage kitten breeder.

We sell most of our Savannah cat kittens in the $1500 to $2500 range

Why are Savannahs so expensive?

Savannah cat and kittens are hard to come by, and many people want them.
The Savannah cat is a newer breed and there are a limited number of catteries and we are registered with the TICA.

Most importantly the Savannah cat is an offspring of a domestic cat and a wild African Serval.  Sometimes a Bengal is used which is part Asian Leopard ( some people call the resulting kittens Ashera cats as they have Serval, Asian Leopard, and Domestic cat in their genetics.  But rest assured, an Ashera cat is in reality a Savannah cat, don't get scammed by the guys selling an F1 Savannah cat for 20,000.  We will get you one for a fraction of that.

Also, You don't know if your Serval will or can mate with your chosen female. When they breed, the gestation (days of pregnancy) time for a Serval and a domestic cat is about 10 days different. If the babies are born too early only one may survive out of a small litter.

Prices of Savannah cats can vary. This is because breeders sometimes sell cats that may have a minor flaw.  This could include incorrect eye color, a slight kink in the tail or something else that makes it less than perfect to breed from and show, but doesn't have any effect on the cat's health or personality.   So, if you are buying a pedigree cat just as a pet and you don't plan to show or breed from it, a pet quality cat will be ideal. These are less expensive than show and breeding quality cats.

Generally, breeding cats are the most expensive to buy.


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