Exotic pets For sale in California
|I have a very tame female Mountain Coati.
She is NOT fixed and is 2 years old. Old enough to bred. $700 will not ship. But may be willing to meet some.
Serious inquires only.
Also wanted male intact bobcat must be able to handle.
|Older adult female bobcat, not a pet, not a breeder. For educational display only. Gratis to the right facility. No shipping, must pick up.|
MALES OR FEMALES $1, 400 WILD AND HEALTHY.
Shipping $350 or pick up in Northern California.
|we breed bobcats and are finally deciding to sell them shoot me a text at 937-726-9546|
Owning a bobcat can be a gratifying experience, but it requires a lifetime commitment to responsible ownership. Bobcats are by nature wild animals, so owners must cater for their natural predatory instincts and habitat. The bobcat (Lynx rufus) belongs to the Felidae cat family and has twelve recognized subspecies. It gets its name from its short tail (about 5 inches long) that's white below and dark above.
It is a native America and it's the most widely distributed native felid in North America. The wild bobcat is found in the following areas, Southern Canada, United States, Central America, Mexico and south into northern South America. In the United States, the bobcat population densities are considerably higher in the southeastern region than in the western states.
The climate of the bobcat habitat is just as diverse as the areas in which it lives; this can include tropical rainforests, coniferous forests, semi-deserts, mountains, grasslands, deciduous forests, semi-arid deserts and coastal areas in the United States. The colder the climate is, the bigger would be the bobcats found in that area. The bobcat's coat provides camouflage that enables it to survive in the different climates. Its coat is orange-brown, yellowish-brown, reddish-brown or grayish-brown with dark markings. In the winter the bobcat's coat turns closer to a grey color to blend with snow.