Savannah officially admitted by the International Association of cats (The International Cat Association - TICA) to register as a breed of domestic cat in 2001, is today considered one of the rarest and most expensive breeds.

History of breed recognition

Features of breeding

Description of the phenotype

Age development and care

Character and temperament


The price of Savannah kittens:

Boys.                                      Girls

F1 $10, 000 - $15,000              F1 $12,000 - $15,000
F2 $4,500 - $10,000                 F2 $4,500 - $10,000
F3 $3,000 - $5,000                   F3 $3,500 - $6,000
F4 $1,200 - $2,500                   F4 $1,200 - $3,500
F5 $950 - $4,000                      F5 $950 - $3,000
SBT $950 - $4,000.                  SBT $950 - $3,000

The percentage of wild serval genes in generations:
F1- has no less than 50 % of blood serval and one of the parents (the father ) was Serval;
F2- not less than 25 % of blood serval , was one of the progenitors of Serval;
F3- no less than 12.5 % of the blood Serval;
F4- not less than 6.25 % Serval blood;
F5- not less than 3.12% Serval blood;

The largest and cats valuable are the first three generations (F1, F2, F3).
F1 Savannah cat breed is the largest cat. It can weigh up to 8-13 kg, and its growth can reach shoulder 42-55 cm
F2 Savannah cat breed weighs about 6-10 kg and 35-45 cm height
F3 Savannah cat breed weighs about 8.4 kg and height up to 40 cm
F4, F5, SBT size of a normal large domestic cat breeds.

Savannah cat breeds are fully grown and mature within 3 years. Males tend to be slightly larger than females . As males to be infertile generation F5 - sterile. Very seldom fertile males
generation F4. Prior to F5 generation males are highly valued because of their impressive size and beauty,
they contain as house cats . After the fourth generation cats can already participate in exhibitions,
show themselves and compared with other domestic cats and breeds. Copyright 2014   Produced by - Teleks Computers