Caracals For Sale

Caracal For Sale
Caracal For Sale

Caracal “big cats” are native to the dry savannah and woodlands of Central, Southern, and West Africa and can be found also in Southwest Asia and the Middle East. They will also inhabit evergreen and montane forest environments, but never are found in tropical rain forests because they prefer scrubby and arid habitats.

Female Caracals

  • Price: $7,000.00
  • Name: Sue
  • Posted: 05/11/2021
  • Phone: 270-932-1266
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Kentucky
  • Website: suestevens6612@yahoo.com

12 , 14 and 16 week old caracals females and males ready to go.No your State laws as far as ownership of these cats.All very friendly and socialized

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Caracal Kitten

  • Price: $7,500.00
  • Name: Daniel Marks
  • Posted: 05/08/2021
  • Phone: 832-614-0163
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Hi ! One female ( not fixed ) very sweet , bottle raised African Caracal kitten . We can meet in person at a vet or you can use a transporter to pick up etc . Well socialized , I have lots of videos . $7,500 cash also open to FAIR trades or trades pl...

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African Caracal

  • Price: 5,500.00
  • Name: Ellen
  • Posted: 04/15/2021
  • Phone: 865-235-8632
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

4.5 year old intact male caracal. He was bottle fed as a kitten. He is declawed. He is a very good tempered animal. Please text or call for more info, thanks!

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Male neutered caracal

  • Name: Sherry Cavaliere
  • Posted: 02/04/2021
  • Phone: 8593584400
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Kentucky

Super affectionate Uses litter pan Eats raw meat twice a day He sleeps with me Dob aug 26 2020

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Caracal babies male and female

  • Name: Edith Bernard
  • Posted: 01/03/2021
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Male and female one week on bottle . Reserve your baby . 4237210379

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Caracal female breeder and male breeder imports

  • Name: Edith Bernard
  • Posted: 11/30/2020
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Unrelated male and female imports . Sold seperate or can be introduced . Call or text if interested. 4237210379

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Caracal kittens

  • Name: Julie’s Jungle
  • Posted: 10/29/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: Www.juliesjungle.com

Male and female bottle babies looking for their perfect homes. Will be traveling throughout Florida next week and can meet along the route. If in Florida and interested please include your class II license in your inquiry.

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10 month male Caracal

  • Price: $7,700.00
  • Name: Ed Benhardt
  • Posted: 10/12/2020
  • Phone: 5099901286
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington

Imported Africa male caracal 10 months Old Easily can be handled. Great disposition Please know your laws and have an enclosure

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Caracal kittens

  • Name: JJ
  • Posted: 10/10/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.juliesjungle.com

Bittle fed and socialized but weaned now. Perfectly ready for their new home! One male one female available.

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Caracal Kitten

  • Name: Jan
  • Posted: 10/04/2020
  • Phone: 616 875 8284
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan

Nice big stocky male Caracal kitten. He is well socialized and loves everyone. He is ready to go to his new family. He comes with 24/7 support. Please do your homework. Check all your local laws and ordinances. Then call for much more information. No...

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Caracal kittens

  • Price: $7,000.00
  • Name: JJ
  • Posted: 09/27/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.juliesjungle.com

Ready for their new homes now. 1 male and 1 female.

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Serval and Caracals kittens Available at TREETOPEXOTICS

  • Name: Christa
  • Posted: 09/24/2020
  • Phone: (954) 729-1554
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: Treetopexotics.com

Hello, we are TreeTopExotics and we specialize in exotic pets! We have a Male and a Female Caracal kittens and serval kittens available. hand raised and hand fed daily this makes them very friendly and use to human touch. They are soon ready to go t...

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Boy and Gril Caracal kittens

  • Price: $7,000.00
  • Name: Julie's Jungle
  • Posted: 09/21/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.juliesjungle.com

These 2 gorgeous 10 week old caracal kittens are weaned and ready to find their forever homes. There’s one girl and one boy. For some reason you guys never look into your COUNTY regulations when checking to see if you can legally own an exotic cat. I...

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Caracal cats available

  • Price: $6,500.00
  • Name: Christa Barker
  • Posted: 08/30/2020
  • Phone: (954) 729-1554
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: Treetopexotics.com

Hello we are tree top exotics and we are located in west palm beach Florida, and we specialize in exotic animals. Today we have 2 male caracals cats available. They are hand raised and super sweet. They are getting close to go to their new foreve...

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Caracal cats available

  • Price: 8,000
  • Name: Christa Barker
  • Posted: 08/18/2020
  • Phone: 9547291554
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: treetopexotics.com

We have Caracal cats available! hand raised super sweet! We are happy to answer any questions you may have, and we are here to assist you for the lifetime of your cat We are USDA and Florida Fish & Wildlife licensed. We are located in South Fl...

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Pet Caracal

Its purpose at one time in history was for bird hunting in Iran and India. They were put into flocks of pigeons and bet on how many the cat would prey on. The cat is capable of knocking down up to a dozen birds at once. It's namesake, however, has derived from the Turkish word “karakulak”, meaning “black ear” for its distinct physical characteristic of extra black hairs on its ears.

Desert Lynx

Caracals are often referred to as desert lynx, but do not actually share many physical attributes with the family. The black tuft of hair on its ears is actually one of the only shared traits with the lynx family. Caracals are the largest Africa's small cats, males weighing as much as 40 pounds and females as much as 35. They are as tall as 20 inches and 39 inches long. They are among small cats that can be legally kept as exotic pets. They are generally well mannered and have cat-like attitude and behaviors, only more wild. Like many household cats, the Caracal prefers to initiate the affection and play time with their keepers. Even then, the Caracal can become rambunctious and accidentally destructive. Keeping a Caracal in the home can result in much damage to your furniture and things. Like any other exotic pet consideration, be especially aware of the needs of your proposed pet. The Caracal in captivity can live as long as 17-19 years, longer than its cousin in the wild (12 years).

Conflicted information can be found on the keeping of Caracal. One piece of consistent, helpful information has been that keepers are likely to feel intimidated by the cat because of its misunderstood body language. The Caracal often communicates with a hissing sound which is, to the Caracal, a sign of happy emotions as much as sad. Caracals can let out these calls if they are excited or anxious. The lack of understanding of the body language of Caracal, has led novice cat keepers to get a Serval instead, a cat most often compared to the Caracal. Still, mixed reviews among keepers may have you feeling optimistic about a journey into Caracal keeping.

Breeding Caracals

Caracals are solitary animals that usually only socially interact with their kind during mating season, with the exception of mothers with their offspring. The gestation period is only 78-81 days for a litter of 1-4. Most commonly, 2 survive. The offspring will live with their mothers as long as a year, when they reach sexual maturity.

What do Caracals Eat?

Caracal For Sale

Caracal diet is mainly carnivorous. In captivity, they will eat 2-3 pounds of meat per day. In nature, they eat a variety of mammals, most commonly rodents, hares, and even small antelopes. Caracals are confident and unafraid to attempt take down of larger prey, hence their problem with humans when they attack farm animals. Some records show the animal has stored its kills in trees like leopards often do, but it's not considered an average behavior. Like many cats, Caracals are nocturnal.

Caracals are not considered endangered or threatened at this time, and their only primary threats include being killed for tampering with farm livestock in large numbers only, and being hunted for its skin and meat in areas it's considered a luxury. Although accurate exotic pet records are not likely, you can only guess how many animals are kept privately by other records. The International Species Information Service lists 169 known Caracals in zoos worldwide, 52 Caracals in U.S. Zoos.

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