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We have adorable African Serval Cats – Ocelot cats – Caracal Cats –  Bengal kittens – Lynx kittens – Savannah Kittens F1, F2, F3 for sale. To purchase a cat, place your order or contact us directly for enquiries on the availability of the kitten. All our Cats come with a license permit, pedigree, first aid kit, crate and health insurance. Our cats are as healthy as you see in pictures. The tamed kittens are very playful and are used to being around people and other pets. Shipping and delivery is available to any location. For more information, you can contact us directly. 


Hybrid cat breeds are created when a domestic cat is bred with an undomesticated or wild cat breed. This breeding may be done in an attempt to get more wild patterns, colors, and other physical features, or to combine favorite personality traits and other attributes of domestic and wild cats.

The First, second, and maybe third generations of hybrid cats are more mischievous and active than others, and they also portraits more of these wild traits than later generations.

Much more mental and physical enrichment has to be put for these earlier generations to be tamed as pet.


The Bengal and Savannah are amongst the most well-known wild cat hybrids. A distinguishing feature of these breeds is dots on the fur. The Bengal resulted from pairing domestic cats with wild Asian Leopard cats in the 1970s. In contrast, the Savannah carries the heritage of the Serval. 

Both cat breeds draw attention due to their elongated body and exotic fur. The Savannah in particular is now one of the most expensive cat breeds. Depending on the generation, enthusiasts pay high four-figure sums for a cat. Caracat breeders may have had a similar success story in mind when they went public with their cats. 


FAQs & Deciding which Savannah Cat is right for you?

An F1 Savannah Cat is a first generation offspring and has a Serval parent (usually a Serval father and a domestic mom). An F2 is a second generation offspring with a Serval grandparent, an F3 is a third generation offspring with a Serval great grandparent, and so on.

F1 Savannah cat size males are 15 to 25 pounds, standing approximately 16 to 18 inches at the shoulder and 22 to 24 inches from chest to rump. 

F1 females are 12 to 19 pounds. When compared to the pure Serval or the high percentage Bengals, the F1 Savannahs are quite manageable. They are good with their litter box and won’t destroy your house. They will bond with one or two people, being pretty standoffish with everyone else. Not aggressive, but for the most part they won’t socialize with children or strangers. When people they don’t know visit, they retreat to a back room or launch themselves onto a high place to watch the goings on, but be out reach.

They’ll want to play with those they bond and expend an amazing amount of energy, but F1 Savannahs are definitely not lap cats. Trips to the vet can be challenging. This can be combated by making at least one trip to the vet to get accustomed to the smells and be “oohed and aawed” over without any negative experience. A positive first experience vet visit will make future trips much less stressful for both the Savannah cat and owner. 

F2 Savannah cat size:  males are 16 to 25 pounds with some reaching 30+ pounds. They measures 15 to 18 inches at the shoulder and are 20 to 22 inches long. 

Females range from 12 to 16 pounds. There will be a small percentage of F2’s, probably 20%, whose personalities lean towards that of an F1. The rest will be very social with their immediate family, including children. Generally they are not lap cats and do not like to be held, but will want to be petted and will play nonstop with you.

When strangers come into their home, they may initially hide, but will usually warm up to the visitors over the course of their stay. Some will allow your guests to them pet them, others will just stay in close proximity, checking out what’s going on.

F3 Savannah cat size:  males are 14 to 20 pounds, stand approximately 14 to 17 inches at the shoulder, and are 18 to 21 inches long. This is still a very large frame for a cat.  

Females range from 10 to 13 pounds. Almost all F3’s will be extremely bonded with their families and social with strangers who come into their home. Some will allow you to hold them and will want to sit on your lap. Extremely intelligent and highly athletic cats, if selective, you can get an F3 that maintains the extremely vivid, wild markings of the F1 and F2, but with a guaranteed great personality. We prefer the F3’s and highly recommend these kittens to many pet homes as they are the best combination of a wild look with a sweet personality and make a great family pet.

Savannah cat size:  Males range from 14 to 20 pounds, stand 14 to 16 inches at the shoulder, and are 16 to 18 inches long. 

Females range from 10 to 13 pounds on a tall, lanky frame. These generations are very similar to the F3’s in temperament. Even more hands on, they’ll want to be petted and played with often. Intelligent and energetic, social and outgoing, compared to a domestic cat, the F4 and F5 Savannah cats are considered much more intelligent and higher energy than a domestic.

The big decision has been made! Here are some things to expect when you bring home your new kitten.

  • Your kitten will be fully litter box trained. We suggest using the same litter and type of litter box that we use in our cattery when kitten first comes home. This helps to avoid any confusion or unwanted elimination behaviors. Also make sure your kitten is familiar with the locations of any litter boxes that will be available to them.

  • Your kitten will be fully weaned and eating top quality dry kitten and wet food. We will provide a small supply of your kitten’s current food. In the event you would like to switch your kitten to a different food, please do so gradually and after your kitten has had a chance to settle in to it’s new surroundings. This slow transition can help prevent unwanted tummy troubles!

  • Our kittens also will come with a small care package of goodies, to help them transition into their new home.  Care packages may include a bed or blanket, toys, treats, and other fun stuff!

  • All of our kittens are raised in our home, so they will be accustomed to being handled by humans and everyday activities that take place inside a family home. Have other pets? No problem!  Our kittens have been learning how to live around gentle dogs, other adult cats, and the occasional farm bottle baby.  Plan on vacuuming sometime around your new kitten, no problem! Our kittens have been raised around all aspects of normal and sometimes noisy, household chores.

  • Your kitten will be spayed or neutered before they come home. They will also have 2 rounds of age appropriate vaccinations, have had a full schedule of deworming and will be microchipped before they come home. We also offer a generous health guarantee that applies to every kitten that comes out of our program (See below).

  • Always discipline from biting!
  • Small amounts of anxiety is beneficial for young animals!!! Stress tests/ things that would make them cry , example being in a travel carrier 
  • No concrete grounds until 4 months
  • Bottle feeding – 4-5x a day until starts chewing nipple be very careful kitten doesn’t eat it
  • Pet while bottle feeding
  • Bond after feeding, let kitten lick you/ put near face
  • Start leash training early as possible!!! They can learn but are stubborn 
  • Teach recall with treats – turkey sliced ham small portions
  • At all times your cat should have a safe place , either a big dark kennel or preferably his own room as a adult
  • When bottle feeding don’t let use claws
  • Retract claws a lot and trim nails as they are young.
  • Pet everywhere all the time head and belly too
  • Scruff for teaching / punishing
  • When bottle feeding make sure they are standing up and drinking slow so they don’t exasperate
  • Early socialization is so important!!!
  • **Introduce to as many people , children, cats and dogs as possible
  • **Do not let free roam your house when you are not home!!  Leave them in the crate otherwise they will develop their own personality.
  • a light smack on the nose is okay as if you were another cat
  • Act like a cat!! Even purring can make your kitty purr , you want them to purr as much as possible as a kitten!
  • Small amounts of anxiety growing up will give you a well rounded cat, caging, car rides, big animals, being high up so forth
  • Challenge your kitten every day
  • Do not let them climb stair railings they can break their leg.
  • Kiss kitten a lot on the nose as they grow up as a method of calming
  • They use Small boxes with little light as a place of comfort
  • Kiss his face when he purrs!!! It associates positive behavior
  • Pet while eating to prevent food aggression.
  • Harness for leash training


  • We are professional breeders with over 15+ years experienced.

  • Our Cubs/Kittens are pulled from the mother as early as possible, and under 24/7 supervision and cuddles so that they are very human imprinted.

  • African Exotic and Hybrid kittens can be incredible pet but, how they are raised is critical, especially the first 12 weeks.

  • We have good breeding experience and we strive to raise our kittens the most domesticated pet as possible. We breed out any aggressive behavior and only sell well-behaved quality kittens from quality parents.

Why you should buy from us

It is exceptionally important to us that the sale of an exotic cat is carried out in a way that does no harm to wild populations whilst satisfying the needs of our customers. We make sure our cats are fully vetted and all CITES requirements and import restrictions will be fully adhered to at all times. It isn’t only important where we source our animals from. It is as equally important to us where our cats are going. We will always need reassurance that our customers are in a position to care for these amazing animals in a suitable way. We are here to help, advise and also design any cat homes where required.

choosing your cat/ Selection

We advise that you do research as to know which cat fits your home. A lot of factors are to be considered before bringing an animal home as it is hard on an animal if being moved from home to home. Browse through our diverse collection of Exotic cats ranging from Servals to Savannah's. Whether you’re an experienced owner or a first timer, we have the perfect ideal cat to match your preferences and aspirations.

Expert Guidance

We understand that buying can be a complex process. Our team of equestrian experts is here to assist you every step of the way. From answering your questions to providing guidance on selection, we’re committed to ensuring a smooth and successful buying experience. We work extremely hard to see that you get exactly what you’re looking for.

PAYMENT/ Secure Transactions

Your peace of mind is our priority. We facilitate secure transactions and provide a safe environment for buyers to connect. Rest assured that your personal and financial information is protected throughout the buying process.

Verified Sources

We understand the importance of trust and transparency when it comes to buying an animal. That is why we carefully vet our cats, ensuring that each cat on our website comes from reputable sources with a proven track records.


We provide a very safe and comfortable shipping to the buyer’s desire location. Shipping can either be air, land or water depending on the buyer’s location. We go through alot of security process to be sure the shipping is carefully handled.

Life time support

We take pride in the fact that our relationship with you does not end when you take home a cat from us. As conscientious breeders, experienced counselors, and die-hard animal lovers, we’d like to believe nothing can ever go wrong with our cats. However, certain things are never in our control. An animal health is dependent on a lot of factors like genetics, exercise, food & nourishment and overall care. If something does go wrong, we always strive to help, oftentimes even when our guarantee doesn’t cover it. While we may not be able to guarantee that your cat will never have a health problem, we guarantee that we will do our best to ensure your new family member is a healthy one!

We are focused on you as an individual. We know what your preferences are in selecting game and we try to learn and know your animals as good as you do.

Apart from our Catteries, we source the unusual and rare cats for private collectors and zoos from breeders and suppliers right across the globe. There is no obligation to commit to us when you make an inquiry. When we have managed to source the new animal for your collection, we will let you know a fixed price and timescale before you need to commit.

We can source a huge variety captive bred cats with full CITES paperwork from proven breeders. There are a number of exotic cats that we are able to source that live well in captivity in suitable accommodation.


  • U.S. Origin health certificate
  • Veterinary Record certificate
  • TICA registration
  • Certificate of pedigree
  • The transfer of ownership certificate
  • Implementation of microchips
  • Passports/ Temporal License Permit for transportation
  • Sales contract Certified by the Board of Livestock here

When you do business with us you will quickly realize that we handle every aspect of the transaction as if we were buying or selling ourselves.

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