Bengal, Savannah, and Chausie, all Hybrids of domestic cats with exotic/wild cat species
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I'm not planning on getting a Savannah cat anytime soon (If at all), however, while researching a permit for a fox, I came upon this. "Hybrids resulting from the cross between wildlife and domestic animal, which are substantially similar in size, characteristics and behavior so as to be indistinguishable from the wild animal shall be regulated as wildlife at the higher and more restricted class of the wild parent are limited to poultry, hamsters, guinea pigs, domestic rats and mice, or chameleons (Anolis)onlydo not need a permit." So... Is that not entirely subjective? So At what generation would they stop applying to this? F2?
This is Florida's law by the way.
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