6 wild animals you should not consider as pet



Just because a certain animal is sold as a pet does not mean it should be, Wild animals are not pets, and they shouldn’t be treated as such.



Wild or exotic animals are found in nature. Wild animalshave lived for thousands and thousands of years withoutthe direct influence of humans. Wild animals have evolved behaviors and adaptations to make them successful in surviving in their own complex environments—they are not well adapted to living in your house.




You might want to avoid these 6 animals they make terrible pets:

1. Red fox

Tamed red foxes are incredibly destructive to property, often have a strong musk odor, and can be dangerous to strangers or other pets.




2. Pet Venomous Snakes.

Venomous snakes could kill you with a single bite and there is most likely no anti-venom close enough to help you. Some cobras can also cause immense pain and blindness just by spitting their venom into your eyes.




3. Bald Eagle.

Many people like to collect birds because of their beautiful plumage and sweet voices. But bald eagles are not the type of avian creatures that will fit nicely in the cute bird house you just got from the garden store. Sure bald eagles are magnificent, but they are too aggressive to be part of your annual garden party.




4. Leopard cat

Leopard cats are regal as all get-out. But know these cats would rather hunt rodents in the wild than eat than eat store-bought cat food.




5. Raccoon.

Raccoons act out when they’re unhappy and hormonal. Their natural instinct is to bite when they’re angry, frustrated, or stressed.



6. Monkeys.

There is something irresistible about an infant monkey. Baby monkeys, such as capuchins , appear so sweet and helpless and seem so much like human infants. However, those sweet babies grow up into difficult adult monkeys and do not make good pets.