Lynx For Sale

lynx cubs

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.

Highland lynx/Bengal kittens

  • Price: $900.00
  • Name: Katie Kestner
  • Posted: 05/20/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Missouri

I have highland lynx/Bengal kittens born 1-1-24, their ears are just starting to curl up well! Mom is white marble Highland lynx/Bengal and dad is marbled Bengal. I have 1 male left, he is not polydactyl. Kitten price is $900 total (deposit is $300,...

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Eurasian Lynx

  • Name: Kelly
  • Posted: 03/04/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: New York

Male , 4 yr old Eurasian Lynx Easy to work around Great for Display .or breeder .. must be USDA Lic and all proper permits.. Not a pet zoo or educational facility only .

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Canada Lynx 1.0

  • Name: Lorney Deist
  • Posted: 01/19/2024
  • Phone: 4067559653
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Montana

"Rip" ,Beautiful, 4 years old, would be a great exhibit animal/possible breeder.

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Canada Lynx, Breeding Pair M+F

  • Name: Tom
  • Posted: 12/12/2023
  • Phone: 406 599 5488
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Montana

A rare chance to own a proven breeding pair of Canada Lynx, Male Imported from Alberta, Female from Minnesota.

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bobcat hybrid kittens

  • Name: Paisley Grace
  • Posted: 12/06/2023
  • Phone: 949.624.2435
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California
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Our hybrids are composed of different wild cats: including bobcat, serval, jungle-cat, ALC, etc. We bred in the highland lynx, which made a more easy-going & loving personality. Christmas kittens are ready to go :)

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GiGi Savannah Lynx hybrid spayed and ready

  • Price: $450.00
  • Name: William Cooke
  • Posted: 09/28/2023
  • Phone: 6105333178
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

GiGi is a very lovable, loving and affectionate girl. She was born Dec 14th 2022, she is 9 months and she has been spayed. She is very social with other cats and dogs and loves kids. She enjoys being right in the middle of what ever it is youre doing...

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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.


  • Kate on September 20
    I love all of the kittens they are all so cute!
  • carla layton on April 14
    Looking to get a Canadian linx baby boy. How do i go about contact USDA
  • Frankie on February 16
    Wild animals for wild places, ~ you can take the boy out of the bush, but you can't take the bush out of the boy ! Lynx and the rest need space and freedom 🐺
  • Frankie on February 15
    Lynx and other wild creatures are unsuitable as pets~ wild and free is the only way to be for them, get a Dog or domestic Cat instead, they will be much happier !
  • Billy on January 22
    I've had a a Bobcat looking to find a baby lynx or bobcat.i live on 80 acres in the forest. Thank you
  • Sebrena Pattison on January 15
    I would love to purchase a lynx kitten. Please message me in regards of what you have to offer. Thank you. Sebrena.
  • claudia schroeder on January 4
    Hi happy new year I live in canada are you shipping to canada Thank you claudia
  • Shawn Woody on December 29
    I would like to purchase a lynx
  • Shawn Woody on December 29
    I'm trying to figure out where to purchase a lynx from
  • Mike Harris on November 28
    Looking for a young male or female
  • Eva Barber on April 11
    How do I get one I am very interested
  • Troy Olmsted on April 6
    I am looking for a retired breeding lynx that needs a place to retire
  • Don Scheffler on August 25
    Please contact me in regards to the lynx you have for sale. Please text. Thank you. Don