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logoOur breeding grounds DOMUS FELINA (lat. Cat House) is registered in TICA (international cat association). We breed the exotic-looking  domestic savannahs cats. We are located in the centre of Europe near the Baltic sea, in Kaunas, the heart of Lithuania.

We breed savannahs because we love them very much. We think they are the prettiest and the most wonderful cats. Only because of our breeding program and our hard work we breed the best quality exotic-looking kittens. All cats live in the same place where people live and are fully socialized.

We are very happy to participate in breeding and developing the Savannahs breed and are very proud of contributing to this remarkable breed.

We are keeping cats for about 20 years now. When we purchased a Russian Blue cat in 2002, we became even more interested in various breeds, in the life of the kittens, in the exhibitions. Only now it is possible to realize the childhood dream - to have a big exotic-looking cat thanks to the breeders of the world. It was a savannah. The first F2B savannah with a very big percentage of serval's blood was in Lithuania in June 2007. It is the first savannah in Lithuania. It arrived from the breeding grounds in Germany, the first savannah breeding grounds in Europe, registered in TICA. Its parents are: female-the first F1 savannah in Europe, which arrived from the breeding grounds in USA, one of the first one to breed savannahs, male: F4 from Canada, very rare because most of the F4 generations savannahs are infertile. Our expectations came true - it really was exotic.

Our breeding-ground DOMUS FELINA is registered in and we are members of:
 Lithuanian Felinology Association "Bubaste";
 FIFE (Federation Internationale Feline);
 TICA (The International Cat Association);
 We also signed for voluntary responsibility breeder programme and breeder's ethics code;
 SVBS (The Savannah Breed Section);
 SVCC (Savannah Cat Club).

Cats in our breeding grounds are raised in the same area with people and are fully socialized, they know how to behave in toilets, are not afraid of and can play with children.

They can be given to another home not earlier than 12 weeks (3 months) with:
 Implanted international identity microchips;
 Grafted with all necessary grafts;
 With EU VET passports;
 With documents proving the breed.

We collaborate with the most renowned Europe's (Kiwanga, Akimba etc.) and American breeding grounds and breeders.
Our kittens can reach other countries.

DOMUS FELINA doesn't declave kittens, because it's unnatural and antihumane.
No Declaving!


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