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Our Priority in our Savannah breeding programme is the temperament of our cats/ kittens. Purebliss breed for a cat with an excellent temperament of a domestic cat and the look of its wild ancestors. Many Purebliss Savannah kittens or cats are handled by strangers in show with many more strangers mulling about in the show hall. Exotic Looks and a Great Personality Too!  

Purebliss/Stillpurring Savannahs

page updated 23rd September 2015


We have a wonderful litter of Silver Spotted Savannahs born, with one brown spotted in the litter - photos will follow shortly.


First SBT Savannah litter to be born in UK and registered with TICA was born here at Purebliss Cattery, consisting of Purebliss Reno, Arizona, and Vegas - Dam: A1Savannah Phoenix.

First Savannah to be titled outside USA was bred by Purebliss - TGCA Purebliss Leonardo Di Vinci (Leo) was the first savannah outside USA to be championed, and first savannah in our region to be GCA, DGCA, and a TGCA.

First UK Silver Spotted Savannah to be titled was bred by Purebliss - TGCA Purebliss Leonardo Di Vinci.

First entire Savannah to Champion in the UK was bred by Purebliss - CH Purebliss Jasmine.

First UK Savannah to be Supremed was sired by a Purebliss Stud - Purebliss Metallica.

The first Savannah Cat and Kitten from the UK to achieve BEST SAVANNAH CAT and BEST SAVANNAH KITTEN in the world of TICA was sired by our own Purebliss Metallica.

2014/2015 - BEST SAVANNAH KITTEN in the world of TICA is Regional Winner, Quad Grand Champion, Purebliss Serenity Rose - bred by Jacky Bliss - owned by Julie Morris.



Purebliss Grandslam is being used at stud by two Savannah breeders in the south England without permission of his owner, Tim Bliss, or his breeder Purebliss.

Purebliss Grandslam has already sired several litters which are being sold by these savannah breeders for breeding - they DO NOT have our permission and TICA have been informed of this in writing.

Please be aware that F1, F2, and F3 MALE Savannahs and Bengals are considered INFERTILE!

We hold a quarantine licence for our own DWA cats
We are a licenced private boarding cattery.
We hold a DWA licence for Asian Leopard Cats, African Servals, F1 generation Savannahs, and F1 Bengals.
Reggie is our gorgeous African Serval shown in this photo to your left - we have the pleasure of sharing our lives at purebliss/Awilddream with Reggie.

Pet prices for Savannah kittens start at £500 for a marbled Savannah. Breeding is not an exact science and therefore we occasionally have a kitten born that doesn't meet the breed standards, we therefore reduce the price of these kittens to allow them to have a wonderful life as a much loved pet. They may not be the correct colour or they may not have the correct markings as the rest of their litter but they will have the wonderful Savannah temperament that Purebliss Savannahs are known for.

Many thanks to Kathrin and Martin of A1 Savannahs for sending us some outstanding Savannah kittens when we started our breeding programme in 2007/2008.

Whilst visiting Kathrin and Martin at A1 Savannahs in March 2007 we had the pleasure and honour to meet Joyce Sroufe who has been breeding with Servals since the 1980s.

A Savannah Cat loves to play, a loyal companion that will play fetch, loves to play with water, loves to be around you.

A Savannah Cat has elegance and the most amazing temperament. They just melt your heart.

A Savannah Cat should have spots with no rosetting.

A Savannah Cat should be a tall cat with long legs, and muscular body.

A Savannah Cats ears should be larger than a bengals and placed high on their head with rounded tops and wide base.

A Savannah Cat should have a strong head and back jaw with a "pointy" look to his face.

A Savannah Cat's head should be small in comparison to his body with a puffy nose leather.

A Savannah Cat should NOT have the round eyes of a bengal, but should have a boomerang effect running along the top of the eyes coming down onto the nose.

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