The most ethical F1 and F2 Savannah Cat Breeder
F1 savannah kittens is advocating for the ethical treatment of breeding animals.
https://f1savannahkittens.com :F1 savannah catsWe started this as a rescue group for African servals.
We love the breed, however we noticed how it seems to be a cash grab for 90 % of other “breeders” instead of truly providing these animals loving homes. Our long term goal is to end backyard breeding through the inside, where breeding animals are kept in small cruel conditions just for their expensive babies. We hope to scale as the number #1 resource for everyone looking for these luxury pets, so that we can make potential guardians aware of who not to buy from. The only regulatory agency is TICA, however they do not do anything to stop backyard breeding. We don’t believe animals should be used for profit.
Our hope is to control the narrative as we’ve seen the boom in popularity with french bull dogs. We hope to overall slow the curve from the inside, as there are many homeless animals. As we grow our marketing, we are becoming the number one resource for new savannah cat parents and we are actively fighting against breeders who scam and inhumanely treat their breeding animals. We are putting all the profits made from savannah cats towards creating a sanctuary for cats and dogs alike who have no where else to go.
F1 savannah cats are the most expensive pets in the world from the money we raise from a litter of 6 we then have $120,000 towards the rescue of dogs and cats without homes. We do not accept donations.
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