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Lynx are classified as medium-sized members of the cat family. The smallest species of lynx is the bobcat and the Canada lynx and the largest is the Eurasian lynx. Lynx are characterized as having short tails, large, padded paws, long facial whiskers, and tufts of black hair on the tips of their ears. They range in color from medium brown to a goldish off-white.

Siberian Lynx

  • Name: Jim
  • Posted: 01/26/2020
  • Phone: 920-434-2228
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Wisconsin

We have available to a new home 1 Female 5 month old, Bottle Raised, Siberian Lynx. Currently using Litter Box. We are a USDA facility and we do ship at buyers expense.

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Carpathian Lynx

  • Price: 3,000.00 or best offer.
  • Name: Nelson
  • Posted: 01/15/2020
  • Phone: (734)454-1833
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan
  • Website: www.nelsonswildlifesafari.com

Handsome male carpathian lynx for breeding or exhibit. For sale, or trade to licensed wildlife facilities only!

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Carpathian Lynx Kitten

  • Price: $6,000.00
  • Name: Crystal Frazier
  • Posted: 11/27/2019
  • Phone: 423-237-5885
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee
  • Website: NA

Male Carpathian lynx Kitten. Hand raised extremely sweet, great pet or ambassador $6000USDA  and TWRA state licensed facility. 423-237-5885 call or text for info 

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Brown Spotted Bengal Kittens

  • Price: $850.00
  • Name: Christine Rahimy
  • Posted: 10/17/2019
  • Phone: 7408335181
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Ohio
  • Website: http://www.myexoticcats.com

For sale. Two beautiful, male brown Spotted Bengal cubs 5 weeks old. They will be ready to go home mid November. The kittens are nice and solid, with a warm brown pelts and inky black spots. They have the highly desirable whited underbelly and chin s...

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Eurasian lynx

  • Price: $1,500.00
  • Name: Lynn Culver
  • Posted: 08/31/2019
  • Phone: 4793945235
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Arkansas
  • Website: www.noahfcc.com

Female Eurasian lynx, 10 years. Very sweet cat, retired animal ambassador feline. Healthy, cosmetically perfect exhibit feline. Pick up in western Arkansas, or can provide ground transport within 500 miles at buyers expense.

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Eurasian lynx

  • Price: $2,800.00
  • Name: Lynn Culver
  • Posted: 08/31/2019
  • Phone: 4793945235
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Arkansas
  • Website: www.noahfcc.com

Adult male Eurasian lynx. Beautifully spotted, proven breeder, seven years old. Healthy cat, excellent zoological display animal, has sired two litters. Not a pet. Can be affectionate, but is also very territorial, especially around feeding time.Pick...

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Eurasian Lynx Male Kitten

  • Price: $5,000.00
  • Name: Crystal
  • Posted: 07/05/2019
  • Phone: 423-237-5885
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Eurasian Lynx Male Kitten available. Bottle raise, USDA licensed. 

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Carpathian Lynx Babies

  • Price: $6,000.00
  • Name: Cryatal
  • Posted: 07/05/2019
  • Phone: 423-237-5885
  • Email: Email Seller

Carpathian Lynx babies available, male and female. USDA licensed 

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Bobcat and Lynx kittens

  • Name: Crystal
  • Posted: 07/04/2019
  • Phone: 423-237-5885
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee

Available bobcat, Eurasian, and Carpathian lynx kittens. USDA licensed 

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Eurasian Lynx & Geoffroy's Kitten

  • Name: Tanya
  • Posted: 06/19/2019
  • Phone: 716-652-8646
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: New York

We have 1 female Eurasian Lynx Kitten available now. She is an AWESOME cat that takes after her parents which are both proven outreach animals (Mom did daily animal shows and dad traveled the country for shows and media spots).  These wild cats...

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3 week old baby Siberian Lynx

  • Price: $3,500.00
  • Name: Danette Vincenti
  • Posted: 06/05/2019
  • Phone: 262-203-6048
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Wisconsin
  • Website: animalgardens.com

3 week old male Siberian Lynx.Available for immediate pick, still nursing on Mom.Will pull when sold

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Eurasian Lynx kitten available!

  • Name: Tanya
  • Posted: 05/14/2019
  • Phone: 716-652-8646
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: New York

Eurasian lynx kitten available soon!Parents and siblings from previous litters are steady, proven outreach ambassador animals. Parents both used in large venue shows and on national media otni adulthood. This pair produces offspring with stellar...

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Carpathian Lynx

  • Name: Nelson
  • Posted: 05/06/2019
  • Phone: 7344541833
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan
  • Website: Www.Nelsonswildlifesafari.com

3 year old carpathian lynx.  NOT A PET.  Can go otni enclosure to feed but not friendly.  Ready to breed or go onto display.  Must be a licensed facility only!

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Lynx

Enclosures for lynx should, at the minimum, measure six-feet by twelve-feet with a vertical dimension of at least eight-feet. The top of the enclosure should be covered with the same material as the walls. The safety of the keepers should be a top concern. A double entry system will reduce the chances of the animal escaping while being attended to by a keeper. Additionally, the habitat should include secure stalls or small, individual cages that the animal can be kept in if sick or injured, being cared for by the veterinarian, or while the enclosure is being cleaned. An enclosure that is as close to the animal’s natural environment will help reduce anxiety in the animal. Trees, rocks, ledges, shrubs, ponds, and logs all should be incorporated into the habitat.

Lynx Diet

Like other members of the large cat family, lynx are obligate carnivores, meaning they cannot eat anything other than meat. They prefer to eat smaller mammals, such as rabbits, fawns, squirrels. In captivity, lynx should be offered a diet of fresh meat, preferably in the form of whole animals. Rats, guinea pigs, rabbits and squirrels are good choices.

Lynx Enrichment

If their habitat is set up correctly, the lynx will have the freedom to climb trees, jump on rocks and perch on branches. But they need additional enrichment to help them satisfy their natural instincts. In many case, keepers hide the lynx’s food in various places around the enclosure so the animal must hunt for it. New logs, fallen trees, and boulders can add to some novelty to their space.

Breeding Lynx

Female lynx give birth about once a year, on average. They don’t make their own dens, but make use of den-like structures that they find, such as fallen logs or root systems. The kittens stay with their mothers for the first year of life while their mother teaches them to hunt. The male lynx plays no role in rearing the offspring.