What Is A Savannah Cat?
The first Savannah was born April 7th, 1986 to bengal breeder Judee Frank. She crossed a male African Serval with a Siamese (domestic cat) to produce the first kitten of this amazing breed. This new breed, Savannah cat, attracted the notice of Patrick Kelley who, along with Joyce Sroufe wrote the breed standard and were instrumental in developing the breed as well as getting it recognized by the TICA in 2001.
The Savannah cat is an excellent replacement for those who have always wanted to own an exotic cat. Instead of a tiger or lion, these carpet leopards satisfy the need for the exotic combined with the love and companionship of a domestic feline.
Click on the About Us link to learn more of the traits that we have observed in our own Savannahs.