All of our queens live in a home enviornment. I believe this makes a huge difference having our queens living in a home over a KENNEL. They are less protective of their kittens, thus creating an enviornment where our kittens can socailze with the other cats, dogs, and humans in the house without the mother being overly protective. Our queens have a wonderful disposition, temperment, and of course, are all BEAUTIFUL!!!! We have been blessed that each of our girls have, healthy litters. Our Queens are all incredible mothers. We LOVE each and every one of our girls!!!LEARN MORE
If you were to look up “stud” in the dictionary, look under Savannah Male!!! Our Savannah Studs are a mans man, and they LOVE the girls!!! We think that is a good thing. We took our time to find great males for our breeding program. We wanted strong, dominant males, with great traits.We wanted Savannah studs that could breed everything from a small F6 female to a large aggressive F1 female. We are proud to say they have bred both, and everything in between!!!! We love our males and enjoy their fun loving personalities! Surprisingly, they love to be held, and love attention from humans and felines alike! Our studs have proven to be a huge success producing incredible litters!!!LEARN MORE
Oh if we could only keep them all! We love every one of our babies!! Each kitten and each litter has their own disctinct look and personality which make them absolutely irresistable!!!! Of course, they are Savannah kittens, so you can be sure they get into EVERYTHING, and we mean EVERYTHING!!! It is a good thing they are all so cute. No fear for these little couragous feline. Unaware of their size, they have big attitudes! They love adventure, playtime, naptime, mealtime, and of course, mom time!! Is there anything more enjoyable than to watch a Savannah kitten???LEARN MORE
WELCOME TO EXOTIC SAVANNAHS
I learned about the Savannah breed about 6 months prior to actually getting my first cat. I did a lot of research, and educated myself about the breed, as well as the responsibilities that came with owning the breed. I met two incredible Savannah breeders; Jan Rockwell owner Snow Canyon Savannahs in St George, Utah and Linda Caterine, a local breeder and owner of Vegas Savannahs. Both women are amazing, well respected, reputable breeders. They were kind enough to take me under their wing and mentor me. I think one of the greatest blessings that have come from owning and breeding Savannahs are the lifelong friendships I have made.
I quickly learned Savannahs are unlike any other breed. The uniqueness and special qualities of the breed was very exciting for me, but I wanted to be sure this breed was a nice fit for our family and lifestyle. Savannahs are amazing cats, but they are not for everyone. Owning a Savannahs comes with both a responsibility and a liability. Great thought, education, and preparation should be taken when welcoming a new Savannah into your home. I am grateful we did all of the above.
I decided a lower generation would be the best introduction to the breed. I found my first Savannah girl, Nala, just over 3 years ago. I have never looked back! I immediately fell in love with the breed. Since then, we have grown our family of Savannah cats to include 2 males and 3 females, ranging from F2-F6 generations.
I love their independence, intelligence, and regal demeanor. I enjoy their playful attitudes, curious personalities, and mischevious ways. I very quickly learned that I needed to be smarter than my Savannah. I also learned that “Savannah Proofing” my home was really something I needed to do.
Savannahs love to get into everything! They love to climb, jump, open cupboards, play with toys, and especially love toilet paper- unrolling all over the house. They are great a helping me clean my desk (if you call scattering papers helping). They love to be involved in everything we do, and like to let you know they are around. They are very talkative cats. They talk and chirp A LOT!! There are those days, I compare my Savannahs to a bad 2 year old. I must be a glutten for punishment! But I can’t resist how cute they are. I compare owning a Savannah to eating potato chips, you can’t stop at just one!!!
I am continually learning and growing. They are a huge responsibility, but I feel blessed to own, and be a part of this incredible breed. My goal is to share our Savannahs and educate people about this remarkable breed. As a breeder, I want to preserve the integrity and unique qualities of the Savannah cat. It is very clear to me why this is the most highly sought after breed of cat in the world. I am truly blessed.