Available state records show that within the past year there were 496 license holders in Florida of Class 1 and 2 animals, identified as the most dangerous. In Citrus, Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, Hernando and Manatee counties the number is 93. Some permit holders may be located at the same address. Wildlife owners must submit counts of their animals to the state once a year so information for some permits may have changed. Some people also may have licenses, but no animals. Accredited zoos, aquariums, theme parks or the 4,000 permit holders of less dangerous Class 3 animals such as Capuchin monkeys are not included.
Note: Some of the license holders may have changed their licenses or let them drop.
1 to 25 Class 1 or 2 animals
26 or more Class 1 or 2 animals
Personal Pet License
Snow Leopards, Leopards, Jaguars, Tigers, Lions
Servals, Lynx, Cougars, Bobcats, Cheetahs, Caracals, African Golden Cats, Temminck's Golden Cats, Fishing Cats, Ocelots, Clouded Leopard
Crocodiles (except dwarf & congo), Black Caimans
Dwarf Crocodiles, Alligator (except American Alligator), Caimans
Gray Wolves, Red Wolves, Coyotes, Asiatic Jackals, Black-backed Jackals, Side-striped Jackals, Indian Dholes, African Hunting Dogs
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