Silver F1 female Savannah cat - photo copyright Kathrin Stucki (A1 Savannahs)
The price of a Savannah cat is set out below. The price depends on the following: the breeder concerned - what price the breeder wants to charge and what he or she thinks he should and can charge. The quality of the cat. The cat's generation from the wild. Whether the cat is male or female and market forces. This means what the market dictates that the price should be which overlaps with the other factors above.
The prices below come direct from A1 Savannahs. Prices will change due to market forces and date. This post was made 13th April 2011.
I would recommend that you either buy from A1 Savannahs or consult with them initially - please see Savannah Cat Breeder.
|F1 $7,500-$22,000||F1 $6000-$22,000|
|F2 $4,500-$16,000||F2 $4,500-$14,000|
|F4 $1200-$3,000||F4 $1,200-$4,500|
|F5 $950-$6,000||F5 $950-$3,000|
|SBT $950-$6,000||SBT $950-$3,000|
"SBT" refers to stud book tradition" and can mean a cat that is four generations (f4) from the wild. In this instance, I believe, it means 5th generation from the wild.
"F1" means first generation from the wildcat, meaning the cat's father is a serval and the mother is a domestic cat, probably a Savannah cat of high fillial but ask the experts for breeding details.
"F2" means second generation and so on.
I hope that you find this helpful.