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The Spring breeding season has arrived! We expect many lovely Savannah and Egyptian Mau kittens starting now and running through the end of the year. We allow kittens to go home as early as 9 weeks depending on how they will travel. We feel early bonding is important especially with these super smart breeds. If you don’t see what you want email us to get on the notify list for the kitten you have been looking for!

See our pricing page for price range on different kitten types. Each kitten is priced individually and the price may change as the kitten matures and we are better able to see the kittens potential.

This precious Mau girl will make some special somebody very happy and grow to be a lifelong best friend.

Such a sweet Mau guy he will grow to be someone's stunning pet and best friend forever.

This precious F-6SBT Savannah boy is the only Brown spotted boy in his litter of 9 and has not yet opened his eyes. He currently has a black nose, lots of gold coming in his coat and fabulous spots. He will grow to be an exotic looking pet.

The most golden of her 3 Brown Spotted sisters this F-6SBT savannah girl will become a loving and affectionate companion to some lucky person or family.

Pretty golden tones, fabulous spots and her currently black nose make this girl a beautiful baby and will be a loving and friendly pet for a loving person or family.

This sweet little F-6SBT snow savannah boy is the tiniest of his litter. In that there are 9 he is doing great but he has some catching up to do. You can see the spots coming in his coat and the dark points well under way. I suspect he will out grow several of his siblings but has to catch up from behind.

From time to time owners circumstances change and we are asked to re-home some of our kittens as adult cats. We also retire our queens when their breeding career is over and sometimes a young cat will wash out of the breeding program. Those cats are listed here and need a loving forever home. We do charge an adoption fee as We don't believe that "Cats free to good home" often get a good home! If you think you can provide a good home for any of these special cats we would love to hear from you.