Animal lovers might be shocked to learn that nine pets are legal in the United States.
Pet laws regarding rare animals tend to vary from state to state.
Healing llamas are popular family pets. And they’re legal in over a dozen states.
In many cases, such as in California, Colorado, Georgia and Idaho, llama owners are not required to have a pet license.
However, like other exotic animals, It’s important to understand the conditions they need to survive and thrive in a domesticated environment.
Cats are common household pets. with more than 31 million households claiming at least one, according to American Association of Veterinary Medicine.
But some cats — or tigers — are more common in homes than you might think.
The World Wildlife Fund About 5,000 tigers are reported to live in legal quarantine areas. While only 3,890 tigers remain in the wild.
Tigers have specific parameters that must be met if they live indoors. And there should be about 40 square miles of cages. insider report
However, cougars cannot be kept indoors, although they are legally kept as pets.
In Florida, it is legal to keep pet alligators.
But while the baby crocodile appears harmless when measured less than a foot, But baby crocodiles become more of a threat as they grow older.
Crocodiles also have the potential to outlive their pet owners.
Snakes are common house pets. including pythons
Although this snake is easy to kill. But they can make great pets when cared for properly.
Also among the popular rare pets are tarantulas, skunks, sloths, monkeys and foxes.