At Manjaro Cats we have a

mission statement. It's simple:




That is it. No, really!
When I think about how many years I've spent considering an exotic, spotted Savannah kitten that would have wild blood lines, domestic family demeanor, and grow to be a large, loving and impressive family member with a leopard-like spotted coat, I wonder 'what took so long?'
The truth is, 'I' was the only thing getting in my way of owning a Savannah cat. Once I realized how I had talked myself out of something my heart really wanted to do so many times, it became a clear and easy decision.
Moments later, I purchased a beautiful male who we named Manjaro. I will admit that I took things a little further than expected, and after falling in love with Savannahs...well...I became a breeder and founded Manjaro Cats. That, I assure you, did not happen overnight, and it did not happen without great sacrifice, diligent study, and hard work.
Now I make it my day's work, every day, all day taking the best care possible for many Savannahs, raising their beautiful kittens, so that I can experience the joy of paying it forward to someone else. I am helping others achieve the same epiphany that I had experienced, that it is truly up to our hearts when determining who we decide to share our homes and love with!
We share ours with Savannah cats and we're here to share our Savannahs and their amazing spots and personalities with you! That's MY mission, and I am sticking to it!


Lori Barnaba

Manjaro Cats


Ambrosia F7 SBT Golden Female


Born on May 27, 2016

Photos taken September 21, 2016


Tyton F7 SBT Melanistic Male


Born on June 10, 2016

Photos taken September 21, 2016




Zenyada x Renny F7 sbt litter

born August 22, 2016



All Kittens Have Been Reserved


Photos taken September 19, 2016



Adisa x Dakari F6sbt litter born September 24, 2016


Under Observation

Contact for Details

Photos taken October 20, 2016 




Misha x Renny F7c litter

born September 28, 2016


Leo-Male Available

 Phoenix Male Available

Ginger Female Available

Scarlett Female Reserved

Penny Female Reserved

Clemantine Female Available


Photos taken October 20, 2016



What does your Savannah kitten come with?

When your new Savannah kitten comes home to you, he/she will be spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations and dewormed.

Your kitten will come to you with vaccination records, a health certificate from our registered vet, official registration certificate from TICA (The International Cat Association) certifying that your kitten is a purebred Savannah, and a health guarantee.

To be added to our waiting list, please
Contact Us or call (315) 200-2812

A 50% deposit is required to reserve a kitten.  Deposits are non-refundable.  Kittens are ready to go to their new homes when they are between 10-14 weeks of age.





Some of our previous kittens...



Now living in Virginia



Now living in Canada

Now living in New Jersey

Now living in NYS

Now living in NYS

Now living in Washington


Now living in Ohio


Now living in Maryland


Now living in Ohio


Now living in Ohio



Now living with Blake and Cathy!



Now living in California!



Now living in Alabama!


Living in New York State!


Now living in Maryland!


Now living in New Jersey!


Now living in Alabama!


Now living in California!


Now living in Connecticut!


Now living in NY State!


Now living with Marc!


Now living with Noreen!


Now living with Jennifer and John!


Now living in the UK!


Living with Stephanie in New Jersey!


Now living with Jill in the UK!

Our studs Dakari (left and right) and Kibo (center) are featured on the cover of 'Savannahs Illustrated' magazine!









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We ship throughout the Continental US

and Worldwide with



Continental Airlines







Through our Savannah Cat breeding program we have the opportunity to raise awareness on the crisis affecting the world wildlife population.  The illegal trade of wildlife is directly affecting the survival of many species in the world.  Last year alone, over 25,000 elephants were slaughtered for their ivory.  Poaching tigers for their skins and bones has brought their population down to fewer than 3,200.  Please join our efforts in helping to stop the illegal wildlife trade by reducing the demand for illegal animal parts and products and encourage your friends and family to do the same. 

Spread the word to save our wildlife!


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