Lush Savannahs specializes in breeding F1Savannah Kittens through F6 Savannah Kittens and African Servals. We have the experience and the knowledge to produce the most beautiful exotic Savannah Cats for sale. Look through our available savannah kittens page for photos of the new Savannah Kitten arrivals. We produce only the most beautiful Exotic Savannah Kittens using only the finest genetics. We breed our Savannah Kittens in Miami Florida. Your Savannah Kittens are available for pickup in Miami Florida at our facility. Delivery of your Savannah Kitten is also available to any state within the United States at the airport of your choice. Feel free to contact us with any questions at (305)-384-5055
What is a Savannah Cat?
The Savannah is a breed of hybrid cat developed from crossing an African Serval (Leptailurus serval) with a domestic cat (Felis catus) or another Savannah Cat. This hybridization produces large and lean offspring, with the Serval's beautiful characteristics. Savannah Cats have very large ears with the white markings on the back called 'Ocelli', also known as night eyes. The Savannah cats carry down the African Servals brown & Black spotted coats with the beautiful warm gold undercoat. Savannah Cats have a beautiful base coat that ranges from Golden Yellow to Warm Orange complimented with solid dark brown to black spots on top. F1 and F2 Savannahs can be very large, most of Lush Savannahs F1 Savannah Cats range from 13 - 20 pounds. Savannah cats will appear to be much heavier than they actually are due to their Tall Lanky Body Structure that is passed down from the African Serval.
The Savannah's tall and slim build give them the appearance of greater size than their actual weight. Size is very dependent on generation and sex. Early (F1 and F2) generations are usually the largest due to the stronger genetic influence of the African serval ancestor, usually weighing 4.5 to 11 kilograms (9.9 to 24.3 lb). Some F1 cats are the size of dogs and can weigh 18 kilograms (40 lb) or more. Like most cat breeds, males tend to be larger than females. F1 Savannah cats will possess many of the exotic traits from the wild African Serval ancestor, which recede in later generations.
Later-generation Savannahs are comparable in size to other large domestic cat breeds, weighing usually between 3.5 and 8.2 kilograms (7.7 and 18.1 lb). Size can vary significantly due to genetic factors, even in the same litter.