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  1. Emma and lovely Cece!

  2. Salem, 7 months old!

  3. Salem, 7 months old!

  4. Rose and serval cubs

  5. Kenya f2 savannah female

  6. Sahara f2 savannah female

  7. Maximus, 10 months old

  8. Sahara f2 savannah female

  9. Kalhua, 3 months old

  10. Emma and serval kitten

  11. Young servals Rose and Boomboom

  12. Rose, serval female

  13. Salem, 7 months old

  14. Emma and lovely Cece!

  15. Spencer and Prissy!

  16. Serval cubs, Soca and Boomboom

  17. Leo-Romeo, f2 male, 6 month old

  18. Serval cubs, Bamboo and Palissa

  19. Serval Bamboo and f2 Leo-Romeo!

  20. Sahara, f2 female, at 2 months

Premium canadian savannah cat breeder

This exotic Savannah cat is a crossbreed between the African Serval and a domestic cat. Usually, a Bengal cat is used for their similar coat. This crossbreeding produces a majestic, giant cat with exceptional markings. Yes, we said giant! Thatís the most important physical characteristic that makes our Canadian Savannah cat absolutely stunning! First crossbreeding with the Serval is not easy and few breeders have risen to the challenge.

Bred in Canada, the size of our Savannah Cat depends very much on the size and type of their parents and also of the percentage of wild blood they have from the Serval. The biggest cats are F1 Savannahs (53% Serval) and males of the F2 Generations (29% Serval). They grow to be about two and a half times larger than regular house cats, weighing from 15 to 28 pounds and occasionally, over 30 pounds. F3 males (16% Serval) are often still considerably larger than a regular Canadian house cat. F3 females and all cats of further generations decrease in size but keep their long legs, big ears and the wild appearance. Savannahs need up to 3 years to reach their full size.

Savannah cats breeders always work on different generations of savannahs to conserve this exotic feline type. For a couple of years now, First Choice Savannahs has been committed to producing high generations of F1 and F2 Savannahs in Canada. F being the span of generations that separate a cat from their ancestor the African Serval. To produce this exotic and rare breed of cats, it requires work, passion, time, patience and luck. It's a very complicated process and we are proud to produce this coveted cat breed as the first generations of Savannahs in our Quebec Savannah cattery!

We didn’t just buy a pet; we experienced a real adoption and along the way met passionate and heartfelt people. Thank you for your patience, availability and friendship!

Suzie, Daniel and Ruby xxx