Quick Answer: Can I Own A Tiger In Florida?

Florida is one of the states that doesn’t allow tigers as pets, but there’s a workaround for that, too: “You can circumvent the law by getting a USDA Exhibitor’s License,” Bass added.

Can you keep a tiger as a pet?

Owning a pet tiger is considered legal or is unregulated in eight states, all of which have rather lax regulatory laws concerning animal rights in general: North Carolina, Alabama, Delaware, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Tigers are surprisingly cheap to purchase as a pet.

What exotic animals can you have in Florida?

10 Exotic Pets That Are Legal in Florida

  • Bats. Source.
  • New Guinea Singing Dog. Source.
  • Deer. Source.
  • Sloth. Source.
  • Asian Leopard Cat. Source.
  • Marmoset. Source.
  • Foxes. Source.
  • Squirrels. Source.

How can I buy a tiger?



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What pets are illegal in Florida?

Florida Laws

Class I animals are illegal to possess and include bears, large cats, rhinos, crocodiles, and primates. Class II animals are allowed only with a permit and include howler monkeys, macaques, bobcats, cougars, wolves, and more.