Welcome to Bay Area Savannah Cats

About Us

Our Savannah Family

Bay Area Savannah Cats is an in-home cattery where all of our savannahs are part of our family, since 2013. Our family includes me, my husband, our two girls, and all of our wonderful fur babies. We have kittens available throughout the year, primarily in the fall, winter, and spring months. So, if you're looking for savannah kittens for sale in California, please feel free to contact us. We would love to help you on your journey, even if it means not adopting your fur baby from here. Our goal is to help you find the  right fur baby and match for your family and home.


Specializing In F6 And F7 Savannahs

Our focus, over the course of breeding, has been on contributing to the improvement of the savannah breed. While a smaller portion of our program is designated for f2 and f3 savannah kittens, our passion has always been to work with the lower generations, thus our specialization in f6 and f7 savannah cats.

Partnership With Rocky Mountain Exotics

More recently, we decided to spread our wings a bit  by partnering with a reputable breeder in Montana, Rocky Mountain Exotics. We adopted Bay Area Savannah Cats Supreme Leader Snoke (a.k.a. Snokie, pictured on the left) and Rocky Mountain Exotics Floki (pictured on the right) in a joint venture of what we are hoping to be an awesome F1 program. Since servals are illegal in the state of California, both serval boys reside in Montana. However, Rocky Mountain Exotics and Bay Area Savannah Cats have, and will continue to have, a very close working relationship throughout this  wonderful journey for both of our programs. We couldn't be anymore excited! So please stay tuned.

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Bay Area Savannah Cats

Brentwood, California 94513, United States

(510) 329-2411

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