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Our main focus is to produce the highest quality kittens with an extreme exotic look, all the while keeping a very friendly and domesticated personality.  We believe that constant human contact and daily interaction with our exotic kittens will help to develop that special bond and amazing personality that everyone is seeking in their feline companions.

Our Savannah & Bengal kittens are raised underfoot with our family, including our two children ages 11 and 3 and our two Persian cats, Luc & Rory.  Our exotic kittens receive constant attention and love from each of our family members to help ensure great socialization and adaptation to any and all environments.

All kittens will come with a full health guarantee. We ship both domestically and internationally.


About Me

I have always had a deep love for animals. I remember from a very early age I spent most of my time caring for several pets at home from mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, parrots, cockatiels, German shepherds, Dachshunds, Border Collies, Clumber Spaniels, Siamese cats, and both freshwater and exotic fish.  I had the reputation for being the neighborhood "pet doctor" in which other children and adults would bring their pets and stray animals to me so that I could care for them and nurse them back to health.  I always loved that.

When I was about 12 years old I decided to become a veterinarian, but soon thereafter chose Marine Biology as my main course of study. I attended California State University of Sacramento and then later on moved to Miami, Florida to complete my studies and attain my degree.  I majored in Marine Biology with a minor in Oceanography and Italian.  My main goal was to study communication between different whale and dolphin species... and possibly do an expedition off the Great Barrier Reef in Australia with world famous Oceanographer, Jacques Costeau. That was my dream.  I’ve always had an immense love for world travel.  In 2001, I flew to Sydney, Australia and spent about 2 weeks there. I had the privilege of visiting Taronga Zoo in Sydney where I had the opportunity to view some of the most beautiful and exotic animal species in the world.  I was very much drawn to their exotic cat exhibit and spent a good portion of my time learning everything I could about them. 

Back home, in Houston, at the downtown aquarium, we have two of the most exquisite white Bengal Tigers  in the world. They are amazingly beautiful, powerful and elegant. To be in their presence is like having a spiritual experience. I have respect for them, and I know I would never set foot inside of their enclosures unless I had the proper training to handle them.  So, I thought to myself, how could I have the opportunity to handle such an exotic cat, but still be able to interact with it like a domesticated cat? I did some research and found some breeders who did just this. They created a breed of cat in which one parent was an African Serval Leptailarus serval and the other a domestic cat. They created a beautiful hybrid cat called a Savannah... an amazingly stunning and highly intelligent creature with the look of a wild cat and the mannerisms and personality of a sweet, playful domestic cat. I finally found what I had been searching for.  I fell in love with this breed.

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