Quick Answer: Can I Own A Fox In Louisiana?

While exotic, nonnative foxes are technically not regulated and therefore legal to own, they are not legal to import into the state, and there are no fox breeders in Louisiana, so owning a fox is impossible.

What animals are illegal to own in Louisiana?

Across the state, there is a ban on owning any of the following: Black Bears. Grizzly Bears. Polar Bears.

And the following ‘big cats’:

  • Tigers.
  • Lions.
  • Leopards.
  • Jaguars.
  • Cheetahs.
  • Cougars or Mountain Lions.
  • All the subspecies of the above listed.
  • Hybrids of the above listed species.

States where you can legally own a fox: Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Tennessee, and Wyoming. Species that are native to the United States often have different rules than exotic foxes.

Are foxes illegal in Louisiana?

BANS purchase, take, possession and sale of live foxes and coyotes except as otherwise allowed under a breeder or exhibitor license and BANS import.

Originally Answered: What are the laws for owning a fox as a pet in Louisiana? ? Sounds like it’s only legal for wildlife rehabbers. “Possessing wild animals without a permit is against state law. Furthermore, certatin species, such as migratory birds, are afforded additional protection under federal law.

Can you own a giraffe in Louisiana?

Giraffes. Finally, there are nine states (Florida, Arkansas, Illinois, Louisiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Virginia, and Nebraska) where there is a partial ban on exotic animals, which means a giraffe would be illegal. In the remaining 20 states, owning an exotic animal is totally illegal.

Can you own a sloth in Louisiana?

Louisiana. Is it legal to own a sloth in Louisiana? This state restricts breeding large carnivores such as wolves, bears and cougars and even large primates like monkeys but there is no mention of sloths. So owning a sloth should be no problem.