Before we go any further, it's important to recognize that just because an animal falls under the term exotic, it doesn't mean the animal is inherently suitable as a pet. Many types of animals have no business being owned for the simple pleasure of people. Many of the exotics you see online have been illegally captured. Be very careful when you browse the internet in search of exotic animals for sale. You may stumble across shady characters who will do you and the animal great harm. Also, be sure to research your state, county, city, and municipal laws and regulations before advertising to sell or purchasing any animal that may be considered exotic. Some, such as ferrets, are readily available at pet stores and are quite common, but others may not be legal in your area. Do you homework before buying and selling. There may also be required licenses and permits when owning these animals, so look into that as well.
Before buying an exotic animal as a pet, ask yourself what exactly you're looking for. Are you looking for a companion, a friend, someone to play with? These animals vary greatly when it comes to disposition and character, so it's important to be very familiar with what your goals are as well as how the animal behaves. The last thing you want to do is purchase a pet because it's rare or because it looks cool. It may not be a good fit for you at all and then you'll have an issue on your hands. Many of these animals end up in shelters and sanctuaries, so please don't let that happen. Exotic pets require commitment and patience and sometimes quite a bit of money to own. They can be very rewarding for the right people. Make sure you're one of them.
If you're looking to sell or advertise your exotic animal for sale on our website, we'd like you to know that we welcome just about any species, as long as it's legal to sell. We've included a list of exotic animal types below, but this certainly isn't exhaustive. Common exotic animals found for sale on our website include: Fennec Fox, Mexican Redknee Tarantula, Chinchilla, Sugar Glider, Hedgehog, Kinkajou, Serval, Ferret, Marmoset Monkey, Weasel, Squirrel, and many more.