Savannah Cats

If you’re going to own one of these lovely creatures, you’ll want to know a bit about us……..

We are a small, family run cattery and our aim is to provide not only a warm and safe place for our guests to enjoy, but also to allow their humans to leave them in the safe knowledge that they are having a fantastic time!

This philosophy extends to our Savannah breeding program. We have carefully selected our Studs and Queens and pamper them in luxury accommodation to ensure they are content. This not only improves the chances of producing litters, it gives us pleasure knowing our “friends” are happy.

We only board cats and we are on site day and night, this ensures the health and safety of all the cats in our care. This also makes it easy for us to keep an eye on any queens who may be ready to whelp.

We are not a business that deals with cats, we are cat-lovers lucky enough to combine pleasure with business!

Savannah Breeding Program

The Savannah is a hybrid cat breed, being a cross between a Wild Serval and a Domestic Cat.

Savannahs are relatively large, elegant and graceful spotted cats with huge ears. They are intelligent, loyal and social companions with lovely temperaments.

The first recognised Savannah was bred in 1986 by Judee Frank. The breed was accepted by The International Cat Association, (TICA) for registration in 2001 and for championship status in 2012.

TICA currently recognises three colours for the Savannah, Brown Spotted, Silver Spotted and Smoke Spotted.

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Savannahs are classified according to how many generations they are removed from having a wild Serval parent.

  • F1 class have a Serval as a parent
  • F2 class have a Serval as a grand parent
  • F3 class have a Serval as a great grand parent.
  • F4 class have a Serval as a great, great grand parent.
  • F5 class is five generations removed from the Serval and so on.

When breeding, the resultant litter will take the class of the parent furthest removed from the wild, so the result of a F4 and F5 mating will be classed as F5.

Savannahs have remarkable personalities. They are very curious, assertive cats who seek out adventure at every opportunity. They are also very loyal and will bond strongly with their human families.

They are not lap cats, but will show affection on their own terms, often by greeting family members at the door, following them around and giving frequent head-butts.

They can easily be trained to walk on a lead with a harness, and most love to play games such as fetch.

Savannahs are unique and amazing felines. Most people who own or have met Savannahs will say that they have never met a cat like them and become avid fans.


We are a small TICA registered cattery based in West- Norfolk. Our cattery has emphasis on melanistic and Black Smoke Savannahs. A savannah cat with a black coat with black spots, our melanistic cats look like miniature Black Panthers but have a loving and playful temperament. If you are looking for that exotic and unique pet and family member, we are the breeders you have been looking for. Since we breed our melanistics for quality not quantity, we will only have limited litters.

Please contact us to reserve your special melanistic kitten

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Basic Care

When it comes to raising Savannah Kittens into adulthood the philosophy is to expect what you put into them. If you provide proper daily care and training while young, it will result into healthy well-adjusted adults. If you are considering the adoption of a Savannah Kitten you will need to perform kitten-proofing, obtain necessary care items and pick a quarantine room. As a cat owner you also need crucial information on how to provide proper exercise that is both physically adequate and mentally enriching.

Kitten-proofing your home helps ensure your kitten’s safety as well as your own. Kittens are lively and curious, which can lead them into serious trouble unless you take preventative measures. Also, remember that a kitten has a lower vantage point than yours — like a baby who has begun to crawl — and may be attracted to things you do not see when you are standing. It’s practically impossible to absolutely kitten-proof your home against all accidents but we can inform you of the more important areas.

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