SAVANNAH KITTENS F1-F5
Our Savannah kittens are a very social creature, and can be trained to walk on a lead, play fetch, and even sometimes perform tricks! They are very active, fit cats that require a lot of room to roam and stimulation. Fully vaccinated, micro chipped and wormed in a regular basis.
Savannah Kitten For Sale
Savannah Kitten For Sale. The Savannah kittens are tall and relatively lean, carrying most of their weight in their height rather than their build. They are the largest breed of domestic cat, weighing on average between 20 and 30lb.
The Savannah kittens are a very social creature, and can be trained to walk on a lead, play fetch, and even sometimes perform tricks! They are very active, fit cats that require a lot of room to roam and stimulation. Fully vaccinated, micro chipped and wormed in a regular basis. Savannah kittens come in many different colors. The African Serval is widely known for its vibrant golden coat with dark spots. You will also find smoke, snow, black and silver savannah cats.
F1, F2, F3, F4 & F5
There are several classifications for these kittens. They are based upon how much wild serval is bred into the savannah cat. These descendants of the serval will range from 5% to 65% wild serval.
Is the kitten or cat up to date with their vaccinations?
kittens should receive 2 vaccinations, the first at around 8 weeks of age and the second, two to three weeks later. Kittens should not be allowed outside until 7 days after their second injection. Cats should also receive a yearly vaccination booster. Ask the breeder which vaccinations they have had and if not, why not. If the seller has not started the kittens vaccinations, it will be your responsibility to make sure you arrange both vaccinations 7 days before letting your kitten go outside.
Have the kittens been treated for worms and fleas?
Kittens should really be wormed at around 2 weeks of age, and again at around 5 weeks of age, and finally just before they leave the seller/breeder at 8 to 12 weeks of age.
Is the cat/kitten registered with the GCCF, TICA or FIFe?
If they are, then check to make sure you are given the correct documents BEFORE you decide to take the cat home. It may also be worth phoning the organisation to check the information provided is correct.