Welcome to Elegant Exotics Savannah kitten website! We are a TICA registered cattery in Northern Illinois. We sell Savannah kittens 4 and 5 generations away from an African Serval. 100% of our kittens are SBT Savannah kittens. SBT means StudBook Traditional, the true Savannah cat... all parents, grandparents, and great grandparents are all Savannahs.
Please contact Mark and Darlene by email at SurfingSavannahs@Comcast.net or by phone at 847-922-1016 (6PM - 10PM CST, Weekends anytime!)
We are proud to announce we have produced 4 Champion cats, Elegant Exotics Robin, Neo, Hobbs, and Lucian. Robin won a TICA regional award in 2013, 3rd place for Alter Savannah of the Year.
Elegant Exotics Hobbs is our first Grand Champion and won Great Lakes regional award, Second Savannah of the year 2014.
Last updated: Jan 26,2015
We ship within the USA, weather permitting, and schedule visits by appointment only.
F5 SBT Male 1 Savannah Kitten born 8/21/14. $800
F5 SBT Male 2 Savannah Kitten. $700
F6 SBT Female 1 Savannah Kitten born 10/5/2014. $1200
F6 SBT Female 2 Savannah Kitten born 10/5/2014. $1200
F6 SBT Male 1 Savannah Kitten born 10/5/2014. $1200
F5 SBT Female 1 Savannah Kitten born 10/26/2014. $1400
F4 SBT Savannah kitten litter (2 spotted males $2500, 2 spotted female $2000 March 13th)
F4 SBT Savannah Proven Male, Savannah breeder born July 6 2010
Our Savannah King
LotzofSpotz Mr B of Elegant Exotics
Queen #1, Select Exotics Soto of Elegant Exotics
Soto, born February 17, 2009, is a Golden F3C from Select Exotics. She has their Flagship Serval, Keystone, in her pedigree. Her first litter born 7/6/2010. Here's a kitten picture of Soto (Below)
Soto June 19, 2010 (Below)
Our Savannah Queen, Leia, born December 3, 2009 out of Figi and Mr B
Our Savannah Queen, Nala, born August 24, 2009 out of Figi and Mr B
Our Serval Pet - DNR approved!
*there have been a lot of people trying to sell kittens that do not belong to them. The best way to avoid from being scammed is to talk to the person selling the kitten. Using Paypal is also a good way to protect yourself if you can not see the kittens in person.