Many animals are illegal to own, transport and import into Washington State. There are several government agencies that regulate pet ownership. Please contact the agency mentioned in the law to request more information about this law. Delaware state law requires permits for most wild mammals and hybrids. Pets that do not require a permit include chinchillas, hedgehogs, ferrets, opossums, rabbits, sugar gliders, etc. Many lizards are allowed, including anoles, water dragons, basilisks, bearded dragons, chameleons, geckos, iguanas and more. Possession of non-native venomous snakes is illegal. It is illegal to own animals that pose a threat to humans, livestock or domestic animals. For a complete list of animals whose possession is illegal under the Animal Welfare Act, please see the definitions page.
Most cats in Florida are grouped together as Class 2 or 1 wildlife. This includes all big cats (lions, puma, tigers, leopards) and some smaller cats (servals, caracals, bobcats and lynx). This leaves only a few smaller, lesser-known cats grouped together as Class 3 wild animals. The Asian leopard cat is the precursor to the production of the popular breed of domesticated Bengal cat. Jungle cats are another unusual type of feral cat that are legal. For the most part, exotic animals are illegal in Hawaii. These include bears, big cats, wild canines, hybrids of feral cats and wild dogs, kangaroos, wild cattle and deer, birds of prey, alligators, geckos and most lizards, hedgehogs, gerbils, hamsters and ferrets. Pets allowed include guinea pigs, chinchillas, pet mice and rats, parakeets and pigeons. This condition restricts potentially dangerous animals. Bears, big cats, wolves and primates are included in the list of illegal animals to own in this state. If you had a primate under 35 pounds due before October 1, 2010, you can retain ownership of that animal. According to Florida`s administrative code, Class I animals are illegal to possess and Class II animals require a permit.
Class I animals include bears, big cats, rhinos, crocodiles, chimpanzees and more. Class II includes howler monkeys, macaques, bobcats, pumas, cheetahs, alligators, wolves, giraffes and more. A 2010 law prohibits the import, sale and release of non-native species. This law further restricts the capture and keeping of venomous reptiles and other reptiles of concern, unless the owner already had a permit before the law. You do not need a permit to keep ferrets, parrots, hedgehogs, chinchillas and other small rodents. Because they fall under the domain of Class 3 wildlife, sloths that attract a lot of public interest as pets are legal with permission, even if they are expensive and difficult to maintain. These animals should never be purchased from exotic pet owners, and they require a large enclosure and certain temperatures. However, Florida has a hospitable climate where they can stay outdoors for most of the year. It is illegal to own wild animals.
If you have any questions about the Wildlife Act, please contact the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Some of the animals whose possession is illegal under this Act are: Elk deer Bobbcats Some of the birds whose possession is illegal under this Act are: Falcons Quail (except Coturnix) Pheasants Chukar`s grouse All types of squirrels, with the exception of the grey squirrel, which is considered a wild animal and requires an application for a wildlife farm permit and compliance with these requirements, are legal. These include chipmunks, red squirrels, flying squirrels and more exotic species such as Prévost squirrels. Wombats have not always been a protected species; They were once popular sources of bushmeat. Wombat stew was once an Australian staple. However, declining populations of this unique Australian species have put an end to meat hunting. Today, wild wombats are still threatened by farmers, Tasmanian devils, dingoes and wild dogs, as well as diseases and dwindling food in places where cattle and sheep live together. The possession of large carnivores such as lions, tigers and bears is illegal, as are monkeys, baboons and macaques. There is also a limit of six animals per owner for bobcats, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, quail, opossums, coyotes, deer, red foxes and gray foxes.
If you acquired an animal in another state, you must prove that it was acquired legally. I`m having trouble finding anything on online binturongs. Are they legal in FL? Keeping a wombat as a pet is by no means friendly to him.