We offer shipping to entire USA, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbeans.
The most common concern we get is the safety of your kitten’s travel. We do everything in our power and know-how to create a safe and reassuring experience for both kittens and their owners. We book each flight carefully choosing the shortest possible route between our kennel and your kitten’s newest home. We keep flight time to a minimum of only a few hours. Our Savannah kittens are handled by USDA-approved personnel who ensure a well-kept and climate-controlled on-flight environment for each and every one of our kittens.
Getting to the Destination
Few Hours prior to the departure you will receive an email confirmation with all of the flight details including your kittens tracking number. It will contain the exact location of where to pick up your kitten from the airport nearest you.(Those who prefer airport pick up) and also the Estimated time the delivery Van will be at your doorsteps. Please be on time and have a valid license, along with the confirmation number provided to you in the email.
Savannahs are considered one of the larger breeds of domesticated cats. Their tall and slim build gives Savannahs the appearance of greater size than their actual weight. They are as tall as many breeds of domestic dogs. F1 hybird and F2 Savannahs are usually the largest, due to the stronger genetic influence of the African Serval forbear. Male Savannahs tend to be larger than females. On average, early generation Savannahs may weigh 10 to 25 lbs. Average size is also very dependent on generation and sex, with F1 male cats usually being the largest. Later generation Savannahs are usually between 8-17 lbs. Because of the random factors in Savannah hybrid genetics, there can be significant variation in size, even in one litter. Some breeders report Savannahs in excess of 30 pounds with at least one breeder claiming an over 40 pound males.