Panther cub for sale
Keeping a panther as a pet will require a large compound that mimics the panther’s habitat. As an owner, also ensure that you keep the environment stimulating. for your exotic cat otherwise, it might find other ways to entertain itself. This housing area for your panther should be clean with interesting toys and climbing obstacles. Panthers like to dominate anything below them. and hence climbing areas are a crucial ingredient to their housing.
Freshwater for both bathing, playing, and drinking is also needed for a proper Panther habitat. The housing will need enclosures so the panther has a safe secure place and get out of the elements.
The panther is predominantly a carnivore and will require a good dose of raw meat every day or two to thrive. The amount of food depends on the cat, but generally, about two to three kilograms of meat on a daily basis will do.
A good diet of such meat as wild boar, beef, sheep or goat, turkey, a deer, or even fish can be enough. Panthers are also very opportunistic in nature and will feed on rodents, reptiles, and birds for survival.
Like all animals, Panthers will get bored or not stimulated and need a variety of toys to keep them entertained.
Buying a baby panther
Be creative with both the toys and snacks, freeze treats in ice blocks, hide food throughout the area. Use stumps, logs, and thick ropes for toys and enrichment
Like all cats panthers are cats and will purr when happy and satisfied and growls hisses when scared or angry. The panther is the strongest of the big cats and is fully capable of carrying their food or prey up a tree
Panthers are excellent swimmers and thoroughly enjoy swimming and playing in the water. These beautiful animals are also very secretive and love their own company.
Welcome to the home of EXOTIC PETS FOR SALE. We breed a large variety of exotic wild cats. One of our goals is to help educate pet lovers or breeders on the needs required to own and raise these exotic wild cats. For several years we have helped so many different people from different parts of the world such as the USA, Canada, UAE obtain the permit required to legally own one of these wild cats.
Housing for a lion
A lion cage should be at least 20 ft wide by 15 ft deep. The sides need to be at least 16 ft high if no top is on the cage. If you have a top on the cage, it can be 10 ft high. The cage is to be made out of a heavy Gage wire. If you are housing more than 1 lion, the cage should be 50% larger for each additional lion. The cage is to include a smaller shift cage that is 8 ft by 8 ft. A shift cage is a place you can close the lion into so you can clean the cage safely. You should provide a raised platform or ledges. the lion will enjoy sleeping and resting on these. Another item to include in the cage is a large log for them to use as a scratching post, lions for sale.
What lions eat
Whole animal carcasses are the best complete diet. EXOTIC PETS FOR SALE breed our Pet lions to eat just muscle meat and supplement the diet with some whole carcasses or commercially available carnivore supplements. Bones should be offered once to twice a week. These will help maintain healthy teeth. Provide fresh water at all times. we will provide you all the breeding guides. we will keep in touch with you throughout after you purchased the Lion cub, tiger cubs, baby cheetah cubs, snow leopard cub.
Veterinary care for a lion
A lion needs annual vaccinations for feline panleukopenia, rhinotracheitis, and calicivirus. Fecal examinations for internal parasites should be done twice a year. And the teeth should be examined yearly. More frequently when older.
Where to buy a lion
Lions can be purchased at exotic Wild Cats or from private breeders. Before you buy one, check your city and state regulations on lions. You may have to acquire permits to house one. luckily for you, we provide and helps you get all your licenses in your respective country. Also before purchasing a lion, have your cage built, food supply ready and make sure to find a veterinary or use ours that will treat your lion. Lions for sale
Housing a Cheetah
The most successful environments for Cheetah captivity and breeding have been in zoological facilities. Their success rate for breeding has been just above 40%. Other environment’s success rates drop drastically. Zoos have been successful because they usually provide the best for their Cheetahs; adequate space extensive knowledge of their social structure and diet, and previous experience. However, Cheetahs are also easily stressed by zoo visitors. Lions for sale
Cheetahs need stimulation as any dog or cat would. Exercise is a staple to keep your Cheetah happy. Well known for being the fastest animal in the world, the Cheetah enjoys running in short bursts, like they would after prey in the wild. There are mechanical “toys” we provide for you. that serve this very purpose. They also enjoy seeing their prey. In the wild, they would knock their prey to the ground and bite their necks lethally.
If you have the opportunity to own a Cheetah, it’s likely been captured in an African country and less likely captive-bred because of its well-known lack of success.
Leopard for sale
They most closely resemble the jaguar but they are smaller and lighter than jaguars and the rosettes on their fur are smaller and closer together. Leopards are spring, agile hunters that can easily adapt to various environments, such as mountains and rainforests. Plenty of foliage, boulders, trees, and logs will give the leopard ample hiding places.
What do Leopards Eat?
It is important that the animal has access to the freshest meats possible. A key amino acid, taurine, quickly decline as meat becomes stale. If big cats do not get sufficient amounts of taurine in their diet. they can suffer from vision problems, heart failure, and blood clotting disorders. Calcium is also important to leopards. One of the best ways to ensure that the animal. is consuming enough calcium is to offer meat that is still on the bone. This can be horse or beef shanks, whole turkeys or chickens, rib bones, or thighbones.
Snow leopard for sale
The gestational period of leopards is approximately 101 days, after which one to five cubs are born. The cubs stay with their mothers for up to two years, until they reach sexual maturity themselves.