Once home with your Savannah, it is important to quarantine them in a small area like a bedroom and away from any other pets or small children for a week to 10 days. A clean litter box should be kept in close proximity as well as fresh water and 24 hour kibble to graze on. Allow your Savannah to have access to his/her opened carrier they arrived in so they have a familiar smell. It is important to bring your kitten into your vet within the 72 hour agreed upon time frame for a health check. Any guarantee of health will be null and void if this requirement is not met. Provide your vet with a copy of the vet records I provided in your adoption binder. Your vet is more than welcome to contact my vet with any questions either about care provided or care recommendations.
A week to 10 days of quarantine allows your Savannah to clear their health check and be comfortable with the new sights and smells of your home. Now you are ready to introduce them to the whole house and any new animal friends in your home. I suggest placing their travel carrier empty, in a place accessible to other pets so they can investigate your Savannahs smell , then I suggest you put your other pet(s) in a crate or carrier for a couple hours and allow your Savannah to walk around the crate or carrier to investigate. By doing this, your Savannah doesn’t feel threatened and your other pet certainly won’t be nervous because this is already their home. Perhaps you have another procedure that you think will work better and I welcome any alternate suggestions. It will take less than a day and they likely will be instant friends!!!
Please exercise common sense and do not leave your Savannah kitten unattended with any dogs in your home until you are confident of their new friendship. Its very important you provide your Savannah with a place or places to call their own so if they would like to retreat and have some quiet time they can access for just themselves. While the below information is some basic points of interest, it certainly is NOT, and should not be construed as a complete guide to ownership. Research on the internet will provide many opinions and information.
The Savannah is a hybrid breed and some states ban them or have restrictions what generation you can have in your state. Please always check your state, county and city laws to make sure if you want to purchase a Savannah that it is legal to own a Savannah where you live. To check on the most current laws I highly recommend visiting www.hybridlaw.com to check your state laws. We will NOT sell a Savannah to you when you are not allowed to own them in your state, county or city.
All of our cats come from renowned pedigrees and TICA certified breeders. It is our mission to breed cats of the highest quality pedigree along with complete documentation of their optimal health. All of our cats will be sold with a guarantee of health showing they are disease, parasite, and pathogen-free.
Dreamkatz is a small in-home cattery. We specialize in producing stunning F1 Savannah kittens with a serval-look and bold black spots. All of our kittens are raised in our home. We take pride in the amount of work that we do to socialize our kittens. When it's time to pick up your kitten, he/she will be harness and leash trained.
A Savannah is a hybrid crossbreed between the African Serval and a domestic housecat. It was accepted as a breed by The International Cat Association (TICA) in 2001 and became a championship breed in 2012.
Savannah cats are very loyal, and will develop a strong bond with people. They also love to play in water and are easily trained to walk on a leash with a harness and play active games such as fetch. Because of these traits, Savannahs are thought to have “dog-like” personalities.
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