Savannah Cat Breeders in Massachusetts

If you live in Massachusetts and you’re trying to adopt a Savannah kitten or cat, your best choice is to go to a Savannah cat breeder.  These are people who specialize in the breed and really understand their personality traits and how to care for them.

Finding a Savannah cat breeder in Massachusetts can be difficult, but we’ve done all of the hard work for you.  We’ve spent hours researching to find all of the different Savannah cat breeders in Massachusetts and you can find our full list below.

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BREEDER NAME

CITY

WEBSITE URL

CONTACT BREEDER

East Coast Savannahs

Rowley

EastCoastSavannahs.com

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Northeast Savannah

Saugus

NortheastSavannah.com

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East Coast Savannahs

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How They Describe Themselves: East Coast Savannahs is a TICA registered cattery nestled on the North Shore of Massachusetts. We pride ourselves in producing the most exotic looking Savannahs as per the breed standard. Our kittens are highly socialized with our family, children and other pets. Owning a boarding and grooming facility here keeps the activity level quite high.

Location: Rowley, Massachusetts
Website: EastCoastSavannahs.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 978-948-7039

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Northeast Savannah

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How They Describe Themselves: Our mission is to breed kittens of the highest quality; healthy kittens with the physical traits and personality outlined in the TICA Savannah Breed Standard.

Location: Saugus, Massachusetts
Website: NortheastSavannah.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 781-854-8877

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Additional Breeders

Not finding what you want with the Savannah cat breeders in Massachusetts? Sometimes this happens as most small catteries only have one or two litters per year. If you’re looking to adopt a Savannah kitten or adopt a Savannah cat, you have two choices.

First, you can find out from the breeder(s) above when litters are expected and be put on a waiting list. Or, you can contact breeders in other states near you.