Hello.  If this is your first visit or are back here to look for the perfect ‘one’, may I say welcome.  I’d like to tell you about where the kittens live and how they are raised.  I name each kitten with a name that means something to me. Of course they can be renamed something suitable by their new owners when they go to their permanent home but I always remember their time here, so I sometimes slip once you name them and call them by what I knew.  Our Savannah kittens are always raised in our home and have lots of socialization skills.  No matter who you choose a Savannah from, you should always find a way to check how socialized they are.  Our babies have the opportunity to spend time every day on our huge and enclosed front porch and they get lots of fresh air and sunshine.  We live on a small farm in the rolling hills of West Tennessee.  Our cats and kittens are fed an all-natural diet of unadulterated, organically-fed, fresh-ground rabbit/chicken and a high- quality, grain-free dry kibble called Solid Gold.  Their coats have a wonderful texture and vibrant color…my photographic skills may not always reflect that. I’ve been taking pictures for many years and still have not gotten that down to a science. The kittens are snappy and intelligent, curious about almost everything that moves and they are always interested in what we are doing.  Our kittens readily learn to walk on a leash with the proper walking-jacket for a cat and will want to accompany you on any adventure in which you will include them.  They will be your best friend and wait for you at the door when you get home from work and will sleep on you and keep you warm in the winter and summer alike.  With patience, they will learn how to play fetch with you and they have the ability to learn about an 8 to 10 single word vocab- ulary; although they do learn the meaning of no, don’t expect them to listen if your back is turned and even while you watch at times.  They are cats after all. We have the parents here on the premises and they also eat the same diet.  We have a very small cattery with just a few cats so we are able to spend time with each cat, every day.  You might say they are spoiled if you ever saw feeding times.  Since 1995 our cattery has been instrumental in the develop- ment of the Savannah breed and not just cranking out hundreds of cats.  We are the home of the first Savannah that has a female Serval as the dam.  We love our cats and we know you would love one of our babies as well. Have you been spotted yet?
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Litter Announcement  

On January 22nd, 2017 we had a litter of SBT kittens and we

are very excited and hopeful about the pretty babies.  Babies

are growing well and getting around a bit. Below is the available

boy.  He will be ready to go to his new home on or after April


F6 SBT boy, Dakar   Show 3500/ Pet 1500


Another Birth Announcement -    

On February 2nd, 2017 our beautiful F1 Queen Afrikhan Torrey

have a litter of beautiful F2 Savannah Kittens.   These kittens

were huge at birth and based on previous litters I expect the

boys to grow very large.  The Tank was 165 at birth.  He is

going to be huge.  Please take a look and enjoy!

F2 B boy, Pepe  Pet 6500

F2 B boy, The Tank   Pet 7500