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The bat is a prime example of an exotic animal that could be considered a pet. There are a lot of things to take into consideration when deciding to keep a bat as a pet. For example, the climate they are used to is very important to keeping a healthy and happy animal. Depending on the type and origin of the bat, there are many different possibilities for the climates they are used to. However, in general bats tend to live in a mild climate. Survival rate is low for bats in the winter as there are no bugs for them to eat, however the harsh heat of summer can often be too much for them as well. This is why they are mainly found in milder states, where they can live happily for six months of the year and then hibernate in winter. It is important to understand the importance of climate in your home and in their cage as it can have detrimental effects on the health of the animal.

Egyptian Fruit Bats! PRICE REDUCED!

  • Name: Panhandle Exotics
  • Posted: 09/27/2023
  • Phone: 850-542-4410
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website:
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We have a group of available Egyptian Fruit Bats available. Please do your research before contacting! Bats are not a hands-on pet; they are a display animal only. For price or information, come by, call 850-542-4410, or visit https://www.pan...

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Egyptian Fruit bats

  • Price: $2,500.00
  • Name: Cindy
  • Posted: 09/26/2023
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Missouri

Proven pair for Egyptian Fruit bats and their baby. Baby is now weaned and can be sold with pair or on its own. $3000 for all three or $1200 for just the baby. As their name suggests they eat fruit. Easy to care for. Very interesting creatures.

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Egyptian Fruit Bats, breeding colony!

  • Price: $699.99
  • Name: Panhandle Exotics
  • Posted: 09/20/2023
  • Phone: 850-542-4410
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website:
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Egyptian Fruit Bats, in store and ready now! Please do your research before checking out. They need to be housed in groups, the larger the better. They are display animals, not hands on pets. Price is massively discounted to $699.99...

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HP F1 (75%) savannah

  • Price: $7,000.00
  • Name: Zachary
  • Posted: 09/03/2023
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

I am looking to rehome my adult savannah cat (3 years old). He is 75% serval and has beautiful features and markings. He's a wonderful pet, but my financial situation has changed and I simply cannot afford to take care of him how he deserves to be ta...

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Baby Evening Bat for sale

  • Price: $325.00
  • Name: Lana Claire
  • Posted: 08/15/2023
  • Phone: (706) 661-0884
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Georgia

Baby Evening Bat..can't fly yet..eats solids..easy to care for

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Degu Colony

  • Price: $400.00
  • Name: Patrick Hughett
  • Posted: 07/26/2023
  • Phone: 2144698469
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Degu Colony! 9 Animals includes: 7 month old White male 5-ish month old Cream female 3 month old Blue Pied male 3 month old Black Pied males (high white) X 2 3 month old Blue Pied female 3 month old Black Pied female 3 month old Solid Bla...

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Bat Eared Fox

  • Name: Kapi'yva Exotics
  • Posted: 06/27/2023
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas
  • Website:

I have 2.0 available, born 5-9-23, they were parent reared for 4 weeks and then pulled, now living indoors and eating solids/drinking milk out of a bowl. Only available to licensed facilities as a pair, they are not pets. Pickup in the Houston area o...

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List of animals available

  • Name: Cloud 9 Exotics and Encounters
  • Posted: 06/22/2023
  • Phone: 504-315-8572
  • Location: Mississippi

Prices a listed below. Talk to your spouse/partner before messaging me. We are USDA licensed. These animals are spread between 3 of our facilities in 3 different states. LA, TX, and FL. We are heading to Houston TX within the next week or two and can...

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2.0 Bat Eared Fox kits

  • Name: Kapi'yva Exotics
  • Posted: 06/22/2023
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas
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I have 2.0 available, born 5-9, they were parent reared for 4 weeks and then pulled, now living indoors and eating solids/drinking milk out of a bowl. Only available to licensed facilities as a pair, they are not pets. Pickup in the Houston area or I...

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Degu Babies and Young Adults (YA 6 months old, Babies born 3/10/23)

  • Name: Sylvia Fae Mitchell
  • Posted: 03/12/2023
  • Phone: (513)603-0798 - Home, (513)292-9499 - Cell
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Ohio

We are new breeders just getting our start as sellers! Most of our degus are Agouti and Blue with a few being patched! All of our degus are mixed so may breed down any combination of colors! Our Mothers are Dash - Agouti, Momma - Agouti, & Apple -...

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Male Bennetts Wallaby

  • Name: Sarah Lee-Gross
  • Posted: 01/22/2023
  • Phone: 12693007515
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan

Rehoming 3 yr old intact male bennetts wallaby. Located in Battle Creek, MI. PM for more details and rehoming fee if interested. Will not be keeping up with comments on post

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The conditions in which bats are kept includes more than the heat of the room. Bats are not used to being kept in captivity. Therefore when bringing them into captivity, you must understand that putting them in a cage is a condition that they are not accustomed to. Consider the size of the cage that you use and remember that they need space to fly. It would not be fair to put a bat in an enclosed space with no room to move. However, there are cases in which keeping a bat in a small enclosure is actually good for the animal. Once a bat is injured, you may to keep them confined from further hurting themselves and give them a chance at survival. The cage must be built to suit the needs of the bat.

What do Pet Bats Eat?

The diet of any animal is extremely important to their well being and this is no different for bats. As previously mentioned, there are many different species of bats and therefore they eat a lot of different things. However, the small species tend to feed on small bugs such as mosquitos and moths. Although some species of bats feed on fruit, which is easy to purchase and store in the average household.

Other responsibilities that come with owning a bat, or in fact any exotic animal is that they can be known to carry disease. Bats are known for carrying both rabies and SARS. It is important that you do not risk bringing these diseases into your home. Having them checked before bringing them into your home is necessary.

Pet Bats sleep day or night

Another issue that must be considered in terms of bats is their sleeping habits. Most species of bats tend to sleep all day and wake at night. Owning a nocturnal pet can be fine in some cases, such as hamsters where they can be kept in their cage out of earshot, but this not the case with bats. Bats need to be given the chance to fly. It would be unfair to enclose bats yet refuse them the right to fly. Considering this responsibility is important as, previously mentioned bats tend to only be awake at night.

It is important to remember that although the adorable features of a bat may make them seem like the perfect pet, this is not always the case. Although they are small and furry, the personality of a bat, like many exotic animals is often more hostile than sweet. Owning a bat is not like owning a puppy. They do not wish to be cuddled or passed around and it could be extremely difficult to train them. Like many exotic animals, they are not used to being handled by humans and could possibly act out in a hostile and harsh way. Their teeth are sharp and in an act of defense a bat would have no issue in biting. This is another feature that makes them a unique pet to own.

Laws about Pet Bats

In some countries, including the states, it is illegal to take a bat from the wild and treat them as a pet. This is because many species of bata are now endangered. You may have to work with organizations such as Wildlife Rehab or have a Zoo license. This will inevitable mean that legally owning is more difficult that owning a "normal pet", so it is vital to consider this when deciding on a bat.


  • Bill McGinnes on August 21
    I’m interested in a pair of fruit bats
  • Stingray on June 18
    I was just wondering if one could bring bat's to a community and give them an incentive to remain, similar to the process of buying honey bees. I live in an area in desperate need of bats.
  • Kim moody on June 15
    Why would anyone want to take a wild animal from the wild and keep it at home wether it be a bat ,monkey or other ,these sites need shutting down its illegal and needs reporting
  • Braydon on May 31
    so cute keep up the great work <3 bat
  • Chris on April 2
    Bats are illegal to own as pets in most states, and also live in large family colonies for life, and will be unhappy and probably won't live long forced to live alone. Bats being offered for sale as pets are taken away from their family groups and are usually sold in the pet trade when the sellers have a surplus of bats and want to reduce their inventory. The sellers of bats don't care about their health or happiness, just profiting off their sale. Bats are adorable and are usually offered cheap for pets, making them an easy target for anyone looking for an exotic pet that they probably have no idea how to care for properly. Many exotic pets become sick from poor diets, treats, and improper care. Bats also carry several diseases. If you indeed love bats, it's best to love them in zoos and sanctuaries, and resist owning one. A good alternative could be to volunteer at a bat sanctuary.
  • Michael on March 27
    Does anyone know what bats are legal in West Virginia
  • Jonathan on February 26
    My gf wont let me get a bat🥺
  • stanley on February 8
    I am looking for a fruit bat It's been a dream of mine since childhood. I know that the answer is no for various reasons. And to be honest I'm just an 18 year old kid who doesn't know much and just wanted a cute pet. This obviously lowers the chance of getting one even more but I also was dumb enough to want one for free knowing that's even possible
  • Brady Burns on January 30
    So cute bat. I want possum
  • Kimberly on January 13
    I'm looking to buy a fox bat. It will have an entire room to live in and be able to fly anytime he or she would want.
  • Farah on December 15
    I am looking for a Honduran White Bat.
  • Basilio Cosme on November 29
    Like to buy a pet bat how much cost
  • makayla on October 21
    I want a pet bat.
  • Bria Maraia on September 14
    Looking to get bats for mosquitoe control!!! Help!!!
  • marianne gould on June 23
    I put a bat house on my tree, very high up. I yet have no bats. How do I get bats?
  • James Phillips on June 22
    Hi, I live in Baltimore, Md. and am wondering if it's legal or not legal to own a straw colored fruit bat. I have a 16' by 20' structure that I'll set up as best I can for it to be free to fly around as much as it wants.
  • Jayce on May 19
    I am looking for a fruit bat
  • Lauren Petrosino on May 2
    I'm looking for a fruit bat
  • Kierre on November 12
    I love the little bats
  • James on October 29
    Looking for bats and hedgehogs