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10-13-2019 06:17 PM
Rayman I agree about the cruelty.

Years ago I had a 200 gallon salt water fish tank with two baby leopard sharks. I loved watching and feeding them, but it wasn't long until they got big enough that they jumped out and died. Really stupid thing to do if you think through it. I didn't.

As far as Parrots. The most high maintenance, noisy, messy pets around. No Thank YOU!
10-12-2019 04:32 PM
Toplambo A semi-wild Savannah cat escaped last week in Bristol, West England. The local community went hysterical, with fear of young and old people getting mauled, etc. Poor thing got recaptured yesterday and looks terrified. Keeping exotic pets is rather cruel.

10-03-2019 01:18 AM
adui788
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I used to raise snakes, boa constrictors and ball pythons primarily. Caimans were a bridge to far for me. Exotic pets are certainly cheaper than exotic cars. Careful with that caiman, had a buddy get 20+ stitches from his.
Really RandalR? It is very exotic.
05-19-2017 08:27 AM
key03 Plus aren't these guys like $5-$7 grand? Not sure you would want someone running off with one of them. My daughter would go bonkers over them. She loves anything exotic like that, but have to limit her to our two rescue cats, and her crested Gecko for now. lol
05-19-2017 05:24 AM
REKIII A lot of people in warmer climates build 'runs' for them outside. Basically a caged in area outside that they can walk/run around in. They are probably like any other cat that if you let them out they will wander wherever they want and then return whenever they want.
We choose to keep ours indoors because a run isn't realistic in the northern climate. In the summer if we are out by the pool we let them out into the fenced in area, they could jump the fence but so far haven't.
If you were to get an F1 or actual Serval, an outdoor run is almost a necessity as they have a greater likelihood of not being litterbox train-able.
05-19-2017 12:08 AM
Rooskey REKIII I have heard that they are some what hypoallergenic but never confirmed. I'll look more into that. Can you let them outdoors by themselves for any period of time or will there natural instincts come to and they run off? For instance can I lock them outside while I'm at work for the day. Sounds like the wife spoils the smaller one, lol.
05-18-2017 09:33 AM
Russk We have rats outdoors which is pretty common in Hawaii and we use Terminix rat control, but we have found that our neighbors cat does even a better job. I can only imagine your Savanahs would make short work of the problem, lol.
05-18-2017 05:10 AM
REKIII
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REKIII that is really cool! I always wanted one of those but I'm allergic to cats unfortunately
My wife is too. These have a different texture of fur and don't shed much. We've had people over to our house that are horribly allergic, without issues. We do keep our house very clean, but not ridiculously so. If you are interested, look into it some more. Might not be as big an issue as you think.

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Very cool Rekiii! What do feed them? I was going to say what do they eat but I guess it would be whatever they want, lol.
Some hard core owners feed them an all raw diet, chicken, beef, etc, but then they have to give them vitamin supplements and what not. Since we have a young family and frankly do not have the time to do that, we get a very high end canned food recommended for them, the stuff looks better than some things I eat out of cans. They also have dry food out for whenever they want.
It's funny, the younger one is really skinny, but is hungry all the time. She'll wander the house meowing really loud until someone feeds her, outside the normal 2 feedings per day she gets even though she has access to dry food, she wants another can.

I'm not a cat guy, and I think they are pretty cool.
05-18-2017 01:44 AM
Russk Very cool Rekiii! What do feed them? I was going to say what do they eat but I guess it would be whatever they want, lol.
05-18-2017 01:21 AM
Rooskey
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How about a blue and gold macaw named Sibal? I helped hatch her back in June of 1991. The pic is from yesterday.

-mick
Beautiful macaw gday! 26 yrs old, wow. How long do they live?
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