African servals, exotic cats as pets

Exotic Cat Education
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We can visit your group if you would like to learn more about servals and other exotic cats.

Are you looking for a stunning addition to your ad campaign? Drop us a line!

I am a USDA licensed educational exhibitor. If you would like to learn more about exotic cats in the wild and in captivity, I would be happy to speak with your group. I can tailor the topics we discuss to your needs and interests; handling and adoptions for humane societies, evaluating hazards and safety precautions for law enforcement agencies, and so forth. My first priority is to educate area humane societies on exotic cat ownership, identification, and handling. I am also interested in speaking to legislators, law enforcement and animal control agencies, cat fancier’s clubs, and anyone else who is interested. We are also available to do ad and film work.

I will bring Sirocco along for people to meet, provided the location can provide good security and a non-threatening area for the presentation. Due to security and liability concerns, I don't let people pet Sirocco at most presentations. This is a difficult decision to make but ultimately the safest choice for both the public and my cat.

There may be some exceptions for individuals who are experienced with animals, for instance at a humane society. If I am comfortable with the situation, the person, and Sirocco’s comfort level, there might be an opportunity for you to scratch a serval! Anyone doing this will need to sign a liablilty release and be willing to accept the fact that if Sirocco doesn't want to be petted, he has the final say. I will also video and audio tape any interactions.

If you are in the Lane County (Oregon) area and have a group you would like us to visit, please feel free to email me and I would love to talk to you! There is no charge for non-profit groups and government agencies.


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