BABIES ARE HERE
preparing for spring kittens. We expect a litter of
caracal and a litter of Geoffroy’s kittens to be
born in mid and late March.
In April, we
expect a litter of Serval, and a litter of Eurasian
lynx and a litter of bobcats.
In May, we
expect another litter of bobcats and another litter
of Geoffroy’s kittens.
Inquiries can be
made now, and we are accepting deposits for these
If you have
never raised an exotic feline, I highly recommend
you join the Feline Conservation Federation. This
organization has many experienced members who can
help you along the way.
It is important
that you be in compliance with all your state and
local regulations, and in the case of bobcats, a
native species, most state wildlife agencies have
regulations on the books.
Visit the FCF
web site page titled Legislation Information where
you will find a map of the US. Click on your state
to read a summary of your state laws and see the
contact info for state agencies that regulate so
that you can double check regulations and apply for
required permits before you purchase a cat.
You can join the
Feline Conservation Federation online at the
FCF teaches a
Basic Wild/Exotic Feline Husbandry Course that
provides a wealth of information. This one day class
is scheduled on Wednesday, June 18, at the
Scottsdale Cottonwoods Resort and Hotel in
Scottsdale, Arizona at the start of the annual
convention. Visit the FCF website under Upcoming
Events to register for this class and to attend the
convention, open to all.
preference to FCF members.
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