Summary of Law: It is unlawful for persons to possess wild animals unless the animal was in possession prior to January 1992. Wild animals include, but are not limited to the following orders: Primates; Marsupialia; Insectivora (shrews); Chiroptera (bats); Carnivora (non-domestic dog and cats); Proboscidea (elephants); Perissodactyla (zebras, horses, rhinos); Reptilia (crocodiles, cobras, coral snakes, pit vipers, snapping turtles, alligators); etc. Most everything even gerbils and ferrets
Citation: CAL. CODE REGS. Tit. 14, §671 and §671.1
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Permits require 2 years experience with the species and they can not be pets, other restrictions apply.
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