"Our Savannah kittens are raised in a household situation, acclimating them to people as well as apartment and house environments. Our kittens are ready to become a part of your family at the time of placement."
Beverly K. Chevallier, DVM, a practicing mixed animal veterinarian since 1984, in partnership with her sister, Lynn Blevins, who lives right down the holler.
Licensed by the
United States Department of Agriculture
Members of the International Cat Association
Lynn is retired military and has a lot of free time to play with and take care of the kitties. They are raised underfoot and acclimated to family living prior to being sent to a new loving home. She is an animal lover and has been her entire life. “I love cats,” says Lynn, “and I feel fortunate to be able to raise cats the way they should be raised.”
Dr. Beverly Chevallier and Lynn Blevins are sisters that have raised and loved cats their entire lives. Living in the rural Ozarks, Dr. Beverly and Lynn continue to enjoy the good life of fresh air, clean water and good country living.
Dr. Beverly enjoys the Ozarks with her mixed animal practice of cattle, sheep, chickens, dogs, cats and all the other animals you would expect a veterinarian to have around the house. Cats are an important part of her life, and she thoroughly enjoys these Savannahs. “They are wonderful, exciting animals with really different personalities, more remarkable than the usual cat.”
"Savannah Cats may be the most exotic and fascinating cats that I have ever been around, and I've been around a lot of cats." Dr. Beverly