Responsible Savannah Cat Breeders – Irresponsible Breeders

Savannah Rescue appreciates that most of the breeders of Savannahs are good breeders that understand that their responsibility to the cats they birth and raise at their cattery last for the lifetime of that cat, not just until they receive money from a buyer. We believe that taking responsibility for one’s cats is an indicator of a good breeder. It is our policy to always contact a breeder and inform them that a cat from their cattery is being surrendered to rescue. Most breeders are horrified and take the steps needed to get the cat back to them or to provide for its placement with a new home. However, not all breeders respond and take responsibility for their cats. Listed below are the breeders that we have contacted via phone and/or email in the past about surrendered Savannahs that have refused to take responsibility for cats from their catteries:

  • Kelli Hardy – Wild Tafari – Alabama
  • Connie Cutbirth – Amore Savannahs – California
  • Michelle Rossi – Puncia Cats Savannahs – California
  • Taran Nolan – Domestic Wildcats – California
  • PJ  Reichelt – PJ’s Exotics – California
  • Julia Dent – Avalon Savannahs – California
  • Ashley Joseph – Hannah Savannahs – Florida
  • Richard Tramblay – Crystal Hills Savannahs – Illinois
  • Michelle Mills – F1 Hybrids Savannahs – Tennessee