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.

Proven Pair African Caracals

  • Name: Matt Owens
  • Posted: 02/03/2023
  • Phone: 314-604-2169
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Missouri

I am a licensed USDA breeder! I have a proven breeding pair of African Caracals. These caracals were imported straight from south africa, and are microchipped. You will not find any better bloodlines. The male is almost 3 years old, and the female...

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Young Caracal female

  • Name: Twin Pine Farm & Exotics
  • Posted: 01/30/2023
  • Phone: 8433104441
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: South Carolina

Two female hand-raised Caracal females available, 5 & 6 months old. MUST BE USDA LICENSED Transportation available

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Female caracal

  • Name: Sue
  • Posted: 01/16/2023
  • Phone: 270-932-1266
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Kentucky

This sweetheart has been bottled raised in my home with other animals absolutely would make the best gift during this Holiday please make sure you know your local laws

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Caracal

  • Name: CWCP
  • Posted: 01/04/2023
  • Phone: (252)-799-7529
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: North Carolina

1.1 pair of caracals USDA facility Not pets Vet checked monthly Text/call for information

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Caracal

  • Name: Tonya
  • Posted: 12/15/2022
  • Phone: 4176226917
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Missouri

African Caracal female, 7wks, eating solid food. USDA licensed facility. Know your state and local laws before contacting.

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4 year old Male caracal

  • Name: Scott
  • Posted: 12/12/2022
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Oklahoma

4 year old male lost his mate . Very easy to work around .

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4 year old male breeder caracal

  • Name: Scott
  • Posted: 12/06/2022
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Oklahoma

Easy to work around he recently lost his mate looking for a new girlfriend

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CARACAL BREEDING PAIR AVAILABLE

  • Price: 20,000
  • Name: Lush Savannahs
  • Posted: 12/04/2022
  • Phone: 3053845055
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: https://lushsavannahcats.com/

We have a proven Caracal pair available they are in their prime and produce litter after litter. They are available - Their price is 20k. Feel free to call me at 305-384-5055 - we are located near tampa

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Caracal pair

  • Name: Edith Bernard
  • Posted: 11/06/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Florida

Pair of caracals located in florida proven . Usda facility. 4237210379

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5 day old male caracal

  • Name: Scott
  • Posted: 10/23/2022
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Missouri

5 day old baby male Started on bottle looking for a new home We are USDA license please know your state and local laws

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Caracal

  • Price: 8,000
  • Name: Sue
  • Posted: 10/09/2022
  • Phone: 270-932-1266
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Kentucky

These sweet babies are bottled raised in my home around other pets .Very sweet socialized make sure legal in your State

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Caracal import male breeder

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 10/02/2022
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Caracal male import breeder . 4237210379

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Caracal- male

  • Price: $5,200.00
  • Name: J.B.
  • Posted: 09/27/2022
  • Phone: (919) 322-9368
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: North Carolina

Ambassador caracal. Absolutely loving young male caracal. He’s been trained and desensitized to be around humans, a joy to work with and definitely an eye catcher to any facility that be as an exhibit, ambassador or breeder. * lighter coloration an...

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Caracal Lynx Females

  • Name: Jan Holstege
  • Posted: 08/16/2022
  • Phone: 6168758284
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan

I have two Caracal Lynx female kittens that will be ready for their new families in a few weeks. They were born August 9th and are being bottle raised in my home. They will be well socialized and will come with all the help you need. For much more i...

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Female Caracal Lynx

  • Name: Jan Holstege
  • Posted: 08/16/2022
  • Phone: 6168758284
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan

Looking for the perfect family for this super sweet little girl. She is four months old. She loves everyone. For much more information on her please give me a call @ 616 875 8284. Please check all your local laws and ordinances before you call. Pleas...

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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.

Comments

  • Anonymous on November 18
    so cute
  • jeff on November 11
    it looks soo small and would be a good house cat.
  • kai on October 4
    it so cute omg
  • Christiano on August 13
    Im thinking on gettting one when i live alone when im older because i find them cute they may be expensive but i will just work hard
  • vin on August 11
    if i ever do adopt a caracal, i promise to take great care of it 🫡
  • claudia schroeder on August 10
    I want one so badly. I love animals. But I don't no I live in canada are the shipping to my country
  • Regina on July 20
    Only keep if you own a zoo. These are not house pets
  • Chad on July 13
    They're so cute but so expensive 🥲
  • Raprtip on July 6
    Oh my god, so cute but so expensive.
  • Rose on June 21
    There so cute but way too expensive and I have too Many pets but they’re really CUTE
  • Mushroom on June 11
    You get a caracal kitten, then 6 months later, it’s terrerizing the neighborhood- (joke)
  • Jett Morrison 9 years old on June 2
    I want one so bad they are so cute 🥺🥺🥺
  • John on May 29
    I like caracals so much they are so adorable and cute
  • Heeloi on May 27
    The cubs are soooooo cute I want one right now! 🥹
  • Jeremy Hines on May 26
    I want a baby caracal ❤️
  • tony on May 25
    is it possible to send to greece?
  • Maisy on May 23
    I am preparing myself for my plans to eventually get one of these adorable things 🥺🥺
  • bristol on May 20
    awww i want one so bad.
  • jack on May 12
    i wish i could get one because they are so cute
  • Brianna on May 10
    I want to get this cat so bad but I don't know because i will be moving to tokyo, japan.and I don't know if they will allow this adorable cat. my daughter really wants one.
  • katrina on May 1
    I would like a caracals kitten, for my family. I find them very adorable and so does my daughter.
  • Michael on April 28
    I want one so badly
  • xavier on April 19
    ITS SO CUTE 🥺
  • wilson lamar strausser on March 11
    beautiful cat but to keep one in the house is a no-no. too big.