Tigers For Sale

Tigers for sale
Tigers for sale
Tigers for sale


Tigers are a large, strong, and very dangerous cat with the ability of taking down a 500 lb antelope. It is also a strong territorial swimmer. A male tiger covers up to a 40 mile territory and female territories of up to 7 miles. Males identify their territories by scattering fieces and urine and do not cope well with the rest of the males.

Tiger are the largest member of the cat (felid) family. In most cases, they appear in thick reddish coats plus white and black tails and bellies. Their bodies, heads, limbs and tails have narrow brown, black or gray stripes. Their are nine subspecies; Siberian, Bengal, Indochinese, Sumatran, South Chinese, Malayan, Javan, Caspian and Bali. Though Bali, javan and Caspian are becoming extinct both in the wild and as endangered.

Toyger Kittens for Sale

  • Name: Anthony Kao
  • Posted: 01/30/2020
  • Phone: 310-739-0847
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California
  • Website: Www.UrbanExoticCats.com

We are a TICA Registered cattery, we breed top quality Toygers. Please note, “Toygers” are NOT “Tigers”! Toygers are a pure bred domesticated kitty cat that are bred to “look like” Tigers, but they are not Tigers. Please do visit our website to le...

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Tigers as pets

White Tiger

Generally, big cats such as tigers and lions are the most awe inspiring and beautiful animals. Therefore, People often get intrigued keeping them as pets. Owners are required to keep in mind that even the smaller of the non domestic cats, such as servals and bobcats, are not at all like domestic cats. In that, diverse species have got different temperaments and can exhibit unwanted cat behavior from aggression to urine marking. So, it is a huge responsibility and commitment to appropriately care for them.

Tigers are surprisingly inexpensive and easy to purchase as pets. Meaning, anyone is capable of owning a large influential carnivore whether they are properly equipped to care for them or not. In the Canada and US, Pet tigers have been involved in a number of mauling and fatalities in recent years. Nevertheless, more pet tigers and even other big cats end up abused, neglected or given up to sanctuaries in a case where their owners are not in a position to care for them.


Tigers are known to occupy a multiplicity of habitats from evergreen forest, woodlands, grasslands, tropical forest and also the rocky country. However, they are typically nocturnal {active during the night} and are waylaying predators relying on camouflage due to their stripes.

What do Tigers eat?

Ambar deer, water buffalo, wild pigs and antelope are the main diet and any other food that can get in to their opportunistic paws makes up its diet. They are also known to hunt dogs, sloth bears, crocodiles, leopards and monkeys as well as pythons and hares. While injured and old tigers, are known to attack domestic cattle and humans.

The amount of food for pet tigers vary with species but in any case, still a 300 lb pet tiger eat much more than an adult human being and house cat diet (food) put together. Domesticated and non domesticated Tigers eat meat, and in large amount. They will eat a minimum of 10 pounds of meat (5000 kcal) daily for up to 20 years and this excludes the supplements and vitamins needed to add to the diet.

Additionally, a commercially prepared meat blend (enclosing primarily horse meat) and also bones are offered to pet tiger as this aid in natural chewing and nutrition. But research shows that these commercial diets only are not actually what a pet tiger needs. Usually, they are deficient in taurine and with too much amount of Vitamin A and other ingredients. Each food varies as so to the individual tiger's requirements in a particular activity, species, season and other factors).

According to Animal scientists, a raw meat diet is the preferred source of protein for tigers. However, pet owners may be required to supplement this with other nutrients.


The main reason for Tiger's large enclosure is to offer enrichment opportunities. Tigers naturally need and are habitual in utilizing their brains to play with things, catch things, climb, jump and explore. This adds to its good health because a bored tiger is definitely an unhealthy tiger.

In Zoos normally, large plastic balls are used for the tigers to jump on in pools, so, it is advisable to present the tiger with hanging containers with food inside, or even areas to ascend to it. Tigers do and can get bored and depressed without good enrichment.


The moment a tiger cub gets adequately big and with energy to push, it will be a bad idea to wrestle or play with them. Since their play bites is likely to cause serious injuries or even death to a person! Unfortunately, it is hard to predict tiger's behavior since they are still wild animals at heart. So, it is good to remember the huge commitment of time, space, and money that they require.

Enclosures/Housing a Tiger

Tigers need a lot of space to climb, swim and jump. While in the wild they roam for several miles of land and this is one thing several people can't access. Tigers house should include a large plot of fenced in property with good access to small lakes or ponds, shelters and trees since this is what a pet tiger needs to be safe from the world or to keep the people around safe.

Reproduction (breeding)

Breeding (mating) generally happens when the females are about 4 years of age. A female will give off a strong scent which attracts a male to her while in estrus. The mating Season of tigers is normally around November all the way to April (tropical climates) and during the winter in temperate regions. Tigers have a gestation period of 103 days and with the ability to litter 3 to 4 cubs.

It will take Cubs 8 weeks following their mother after which they become independent at 18 months old. After 2 and a half years a cub will leave their mothers who all along have been guarding them from wandering males which normally kill them.

Hybrids-albinos Tiger barb

The Albino Tiger barb is adored by a large number of aquarists and shunned by others. It should be understood that Albinism is a genetic condition which is caused by a particular combination of the recessive alleles in DNA. The Albino Tiger therefore, inherits this trait from both its parents. It is the lack of pigmentation and so the Albino Tiger looks very pale in contrast to the ordinary Tiger.

If one is seriously looking for a pet tiger, it is recommended that s/he have an understand the huge commitment of time, space and money that is required, otherwise the tiger will not be good for you or the tiger.


  • Marquise uranga on August 28
    I love tiger I want to buy one I have the money to Afford one where can I buy a baby tiger as a pet
  • katie on August 28
    tigers are so cute!!
  • Rosemary on August 27
    I read tiger books . My spirit animale is a tiger
  • tallulah on August 23
    i reallllyy want to buy a tiger
  • sagger69 on August 19
    so cool where can i buy one
  • Natalie Persaud on August 8
    How can I get a tiger from you guys like what is the process of getting one?
  • Jeffrey McNabb on August 6
    How much for it?
  • Devin Ayala on August 5
    Would like to know more info please.
  • Mary on August 5
    I like white tigers because I know that thay are special and thay all have problems so this is why I want a tiger a white tiger
  • Summer on July 18
    I LOVE tiger's SO MUCH