Most policies prohibiting tigers as pets are by state, and there are no laws prohibiting tigers as pets except as restrictions, such as the tiger must have a family tree of “domesticated” tigers, born in captivity (so no taking them from the wild and making them pets). In addition, state and local laws allowing these animals as pets require a permit for it, and knowledge of the care of the animal is often required for that permit, usually through classes.
Indonesia has actually allowed the adoption of Sumerian Tigers as pets in an effort to preserve the species. The tigers are being priced at $100,000.00. They plan to use the money for the 30 tigers for adoption to help the animals in the wild.
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