F1 Savannah Cat Generation – The F1 Savannah cat generation is the first generation of Savannah cat resulting from a cross of normally a later generation savannah cat (typically an f6 or f7) and an african serval cat.  F1 Savannah cats are the largest of all the savannah cat breed generations and typically are 50-62% serval, depending on the generation of the queen used in the breeding.  F1 Savannah cats are definitely not lap cats, and while good pets are less personable and loving then the lower generations. Typically, savannah cat breeders often specialize in either f1 generation, f2 and f3 generation, or much lower generations from f5-f7 which typically are smaller and closer in look and temperament to a normal domestic cat. F1 males are 17 to 25 pounds, standing approximately 16 to 18 inches at the shoulder and 22 to 24 inches from chest to rump. F1 females are 13 to 19 pounds.  An f1 savannah kitten for sale ranges in price from $15,000-$20,000 per kitten.  This high cost is associated with very small litter sizes and overall difficulty when breeding a smaller, lower generation Savannah cat with an African Serval.  Litter sizes range from 1-3 kittens and therefore the cost is higher then other savannah cat generations.  We do not breed F1 savannah kittens for sale as we focus on F2, F3 and F4 generations since they make much better pets than the “wilder” f1.