Savannah Cat Size
The Savannah cat size varies according to the generation . How big do Savannah cats get? The answer is. The F1 Generation usually gets as large as 17 to 30 pounds. The F2 Generation will be slightly smaller and so on. Also, the F1’s will stand between 15 and 18 inches tall at the shoulders. It depends on the generation. Also, it depends on the breeder and what they have bred into their program. Let’s not forget the care and feeding of the Savannah Cat from the time it is a small kitten.
I want the Biggest Savannah Kitten
I get calls all the from people who want information on my Savannah kittens. The first question I ask is, what generation would you like? They say, I want the biggest. I explain to them the difference in the savannah kittens and the pricing. Then they say, well I guess I will have to wait or simply hang the phone up. It’s common for them not to look at the overall breeding.
Average size of a Savannah Cat
Those sizes are a rule of thumb but many factors play a part in it. For example, we have an F7 Savannah stud that stands 15 inches tall and weighs almost 16 pounds. The size is in his bloodlines. His father was large and his mother was on the smaller side, but together they created a male that is almost as large as our F1 Savannah Queens.
We also have an F2 male kitten that weighed in at 22 pounds when he was 7 and a half months old. Clearly he is on a great diet and very well cared for. So many things play a part in it. Don’t pick out your Savannah kittens based on weight or height, especially weight. Savannah Cats should be tall and thin, not short and fat.