Caracals-Storm and Rio



Storm and Rio are stunning young kittens with huge ears already. They are impressive and are always the first to participate in snuggle time.
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Available Caracal cats.

Exotic Cattery have the knowledge and experience to produce beautiful exotic cats. Browse our kittens available page. For photos of the new arrivals. New arrival of available Caracal cats for sale.

The Caracal was once trained for bird hunting in Iran and India. Caracal cats are capable of leaping into the air and knocking down 10-12 birds at one time because they jump so high.

The Caracal kittens are among small cats that can be legally kept as Exotic pets. Therefore having them as Pets is legal if their possesion is not against any Restriction. They generally have cat-like attitude and behaviors, but besides that, they are more wild. Like many household cats, the Caracal prefers to initiate the affection and play time with their keepers.

Caracal “big cats” are native to the dry Savannah and woodlands of Central, Southern, and West Africa. Because Caracals inhabit evergreen and mountain forest environments, thus you will never find them in tropical rain forests because they prefer scrubby and arid habitats.


Caracal are very agile and can jump up to 3 metres in the air to catch guinea-fowl and pigeons.  The old saying “To put the cat among the pigeons” is an old middle east practice of putting a Caracal in an arena with a flock of pigeons and taking bets how many the Caracal can catch. Caracal kittens are often referred to as desert lynx, but do not actually share many physical attributes with the family. The black tuft of hair on its ears is actually one of the only common traits with the lynx family. Caraclas do not have markings contrary to the Lynx. Caracals are the largest Africa’s small cats, males weighing as much as 40 pounds and females as much as 35. They are as tall as 20 inches and 39 inches long.

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Can you domesticate a Caracal? Available Caracal cats

Caracal pet kittens can be raise in open-air cages or domestic nurseries. It is best that you choose a kitten from the latter. Kittens from open-air cages maybe too wild and dangerous to keep as pets. A Caracal kitten should be in constant human contact from a very young age.

Life Span of a Caracal? Available Caracal cats

The average lifespan for a Caracal in the wild is 8 to 10 years. In captivity, they can live 15 to 18 years. Caracals are usually tawny and reddish in color; however, a few melanistic (all black) Caracals have been spotted in the wild.




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