We want loving and responsible owners for our Savannah kittens. Therefore, the preparations for a Savannah cat are necessary, it is not in our interest to sell our Savannah cats as soon as possible. We are looking for a great, lifelong and loving home.
Preparing for a Savannah Cat – Socialization is an important aspect. Savannah cats are very active animals and, like any cat, need a lot of attention. Savannah kittens need a lot of exercise.
Dealing with people and children must not be neglected with Savannah kittens. If kittens are busy with themselves most of the time, behavioral problems will quickly develop. This is shown by becoming very shy around people and loud everyday noises. Well socialized kittens/cats are very people-oriented, cuddly and normally have no fears.
Unsere Savannah Katzen werden mit viel Liebe großgezogen, wir nehmen uns alle Zeit der Welt. Dies wünschen wir uns auch von den zukünftigen Besitzern.
Cats, especially Savannah cats, have to grow up in an appropriate way. Species-appropriate also means that every kitten is given enough space to live. Secure access to the outside is of course desired.
The Savannahs are quite demanding when it comes to food. That’s why we recommend always feeding them biologically and species-appropriate. You should never do without wet and dry food. Whether you barf or just occasionally feed raw meat is up to you.
Our little velvet paws are incredibly important to us. That’s why it’s important to us before each move that we can get to know the new family to see whether they have taken the preparations for a Savannah cat seriously. We want to know where our darlings are going and how they will live there.
Vaccination incl. vaccination book
On request with EU passport
Dewormed several times of course
Microchip with registration form
Starter set (feed package)
The 4th – 8th week of life is called the socialization phase, the kittens need their mother up to the 6th week and their siblings up to the 8th week.
From the 8th week, the imprinting phase begins, which lasts until the 16th week of life.
During this time (4-8 weeks) the kittens learn how to deal with each other, eat together, become housebroken, meet the vacuum cleaner regularly and often play with children.
You’ll be amazed at what a wonderful relationship you can develop with your Savannah cat, free from anxious states and with a deep trust. The best way to gain that confidence is to study the preparations for a Savannah cat.