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Are Exotic Cats a Threat to Public Safety? Why Exotic Pets Are Not Dangerous


I would like to address some of the statements I have found on the web and in proposed ban bills portraying servals and other small wild felines as unpredictable and dangerous creatures. This is a clear case of "what you don't know you will fear." First of all, I would like to clarify for everyone that we are talking about tame, hand-raised pets bred in the United States. It's not like you take a trip to Africa, rope yourself a serval, and drag it home hissing and spitting!

In his best-selling book Fear Less, security and threat analysis expert Gavin de Becker writes "Unfortunately, when it comes to security, the American way has often been to implement procedures that are more relevant to assuaging public anxiety than they are to reducing risk." Ban laws are a prime example of an action that may ease anxiety, but fail to make the nation safer.

By saying that tame wild cats are "extremely unpredictable and dangerous creatures," people show their lack of understanding of animal behavior. These statements are wild exaggerations of the reality. Even wild animals in-situ (i.e. roaming untamed in the wilderness) do not behave in a dangerous, unpredictable fashion. Every animal has species-specific behavior patterns. These behaviors can be learned and understood by the owners of such animals in captivity, especially since they are very similar to the behaviors of a domestic cat.

These behaviors are not greatly different from domesticated animals. For example, the pattern of naturally occurring behaviors in wolves and domestic dogs is virtually identical. A poorly socialized domestic dog with a careless or un-informed owner can be far more "dangerous" than a serval or a caracal.

Our society's standard for a safe and lovable pet predator seems to be the domestic dog. However, even man's self-proclaimed best friend has been known to injure and sometimes kill us. Statistics suggest that between 2 and five million dog bites occur yearly. In fact, during the five-year period between 1989 and 1994, domestic dogs killed 45 children. Why doesn't this sad figure shock us more deeply?

Maybe it has something to do with the fact that during a similar length of time, an estimated 4,605 children were killed by humans (Lindsay, Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training). Approximately 5 children lose their lives every day due to maltreatment and child abuse homicide (U.S. Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect, 1995).

To further put this in perspective, we must now consider the fact that even with the enormous number of dog bites each year and the number of fatalities due to dog bites, a child is statistically safer in the presence of the average pet dog than with its own family! The number of children murdered each year by their own parents and guardians overwhelmingly overshadows the number of people killed by dogs. We ourselves are the most dangerous and unpredictable animal on the planet.

Am I saying that servals and other exotic cats are not dangerous? No, if we define "dangerous" as having the potential to cause injury to a human being. Every animal can be dangerous, and every human can be dangerous. One thing I teach my dog behavior clients is that all dogs have the potential to bite. They will show aggression if placed in the wrong situation, just as even the most benevolent of humans will react with violence when sufficiently provoked.

However, these cats are certainly no more inherently dangerous than a domestic dog of comparable size. In fact, they are probably safer than domestic dogs; there has never been a report of a serval killing a human being, and their owners are generally very responsible about keeping them controlled.

Whether a dog, a person, or an exotic cat eventually injures someone depends on an uncertain balance of genetics, temperament, environment, and the unique circumstances they find themselves in.

Horseback riding is an example of a far more hazardous animal-related activity. In fact, many stables and equine event centers post signs informing patrons that participation in equine activities is inherently dangerous. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 1218 people died while riding an animal between 1983 and 1994.

Horses have been known to viciously attack and kill their handlers and even people entering their pastures. A single kick from a horse can cause serious injuries or death. Horses are so powerful that even the strongest person stands no chance of restraining one if it is determined to break loose. When frightened, they flee and can easily trample one to death. Yet, horseback riding remains a popular youth sport.

Why doesn't the neighbor's 1200 pound horse or his Great Dane inspire as much fear as his cougar? I think two factors are involved: fear of the unknown and fear of predators. One of man's most primal fears is that of being eaten by a wild animal, of being the hunted rather than the hunter. Police canine units are so effective in subduing violent individuals that officers report that criminals are often more afraid of a dog than a gun. Offenders are more willing to risk death than a non-fatal bite from a German Shepherd.

Horses and dogs are deeply familiar to us; we've lived with them for centuries, watched them on TV, read cute and fuzzy stories about them, and associate them with companionship and service. When one happens to attack or kill us, we see it as an anomaly.

We know little of exotic cats through direct experience; for most of us, exposure is limited to nature programs emphasizing their killing power and the occasional sensational news article announcing the mauling of some hapless zoo employee. When you think about it, it comes as no surprise that we develop a disporportionate fear of these animals.

The text of a failed Oregon ban bill stated "It is almost impossible for an exotic animal to adapt to traditional household settings" and that "Exotic animals are by nature wild and dangerous and do not adjust well to captivity." These statements are both contradicted by the many thousands of examples of exotic companion animals living healthy, happy lives with Americans nationwide.

I would challenge anyone who truly believes those words to observe my serval Sirocco as he greets me with ecstatic purring and rubs against my legs when I come home from work, and then to watch him curl up beside me purring and licking my face as we watch a movie together. This is not rare; in fact it is typical of the experiences of the majority of exotic cat owners. This cat is as much a member of my family as the domestic dogs and cats you yourself may have lived with and loved.

The failed Oregon HB 3065 stated, "This 2003 Act being necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety, an emergency is declared to exist." There is no emergency. Try to find any evidence of a public health or safety crisis being caused by the ownership of exotic animals. I assure you that you will find none. The number of people in the general public killed by escaped exotic cats in the past decade, across the entire United States, is believed to be zero. This includes not only small felines like servals, caracals, and bobcats but also lions, tigers, and cougars.

Now turn your attention to how much death and destruction has been caused by drunken drivers, parole violators, shoddy building contractors and even catholic priests. Shouldn't we as a country focus our efforts on legitimate public safety threats, rather than discriminating against the safe and legitimate activities of the citizens?

These bills are redundant. There are already laws in place providing for the criminal prosecution of those whose actions (and the actions of their animals) recklessly endanger the public. Our civil system is already a more than adequate means to punish those whose animals harm or otherwise disturb members of the public and to provide restitution to those who have been harmed. The extremely low number of incidents involving exotic animals proves the effectiveness of these current laws.

This article may be reprinted in its entirety only. Permission is not granted to reproduce in edited form or to support the ending of exotic pet ownership.

For information on wild and exotic cats from servals to tigers as pets, visit http://www.exoticcatz.com. The site includes articles on care, behavior, housing, and legal issues as well as species profiles and photos.

This article may be reprinted in its entirety only. Permission is not granted to reproduce in edited form or to support the ending of exotic pet ownership.


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PET TALK: Have a paw-sitive transition after quarantine - Chron.com
PET TALK: Have a paw-sitive transition after quarantine  Chron.com

Life-like robotic pets help Alabama seniors during coronavirus pandemic - AL.com
Life-like robotic pets help Alabama seniors during coronavirus pandemic  AL.com

Pets of the week - The Bethel Citizen
Pets of the week  The Bethel Citizen

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A Paws for Pets: Who saved who?  York News-Times

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Pets of the Week: Melvin, Titus, Lillian and April are ready for adoption  Long Beach Press Telegram

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Invasive cane toads poisonous to pets - Caloosa Belle  Caloosa Belle

Pets of the Week: Aug. 14, 2020 | Pets | tbnweekly.com - Tampa Bay Newspapers
Pets of the Week: Aug. 14, 2020 | Pets | tbnweekly.com  Tampa Bay Newspapers

Tempe-based animal shelter prepares for influx of pets due to pandemic - KTAR.com
Tempe-based animal shelter prepares for influx of pets due to pandemic  KTAR.com

Shelter Pets | Valley Life | avpress.com - Antelope Valley Press
Shelter Pets | Valley Life | avpress.com  Antelope Valley Press

Hurricane Planning and Pets - NBC 6 South Florida
Hurricane Planning and Pets  NBC 6 South Florida

Sonoma pets at low risk for coronavirus - Sonoma Index-Tribune
Sonoma pets at low risk for coronavirus  Sonoma Index-Tribune

Lifelike robotic pets are helping isolated seniors avoid loneliness - CNN
Lifelike robotic pets are helping isolated seniors avoid loneliness  CNN

With 60 pets adopted, more than 140 pets remain at Heritage Humane Society during Clear the Shelters campaign - Daily Press
With 60 pets adopted, more than 140 pets remain at Heritage Humane Society during Clear the Shelters campaign  Daily Press

Good Day Pets – Meet Callie! - KCAU 9
Good Day Pets – Meet Callie!  KCAU 9

Writer upset about neighbor's roaming pets | Eufaula Tribune - Dothan Eagle
Writer upset about neighbor's roaming pets | Eufaula Tribune  Dothan Eagle

Pets of the Week: Mikey, Champ, Emery and Cowboy are ready for adoption - The Daily Breeze
Pets of the Week: Mikey, Champ, Emery and Cowboy are ready for adoption  The Daily Breeze

Clear the Shelters: Local couple speaks on benefits of adopting,fostering pets - kjrh.com
Clear the Shelters: Local couple speaks on benefits of adopting,fostering pets  kjrh.com

We need your pets for Pet Pride! - WBOY.com
We need your pets for Pet Pride!  WBOY.com

Tips for keeping your pets safe during extremely hot weather | FOX 28 Spokane - FOX 28 Spokane
Tips for keeping your pets safe during extremely hot weather | FOX 28 Spokane  FOX 28 Spokane

UCAPS Feature Pets of the Week: Meet Keeva and Timmy T - KTVE - myarklamiss.com
UCAPS Feature Pets of the Week: Meet Keeva and Timmy T  KTVE - myarklamiss.com

Former record-breaking coach now winning the hearts of shelter pets - WVVA TV
Former record-breaking coach now winning the hearts of shelter pets  WVVA TV

Wait until you see these 15 adoptable pets: August 15-16 - SILive.com
Wait until you see these 15 adoptable pets: August 15-16  SILive.com

Saturday is "Check the Chip Day" - What pet parents need to know - KOMO News
Saturday is "Check the Chip Day" - What pet parents need to know  KOMO News

Cars for Canines event to provide vaccinations for pets - WVLT
Cars for Canines event to provide vaccinations for pets  WVLT

Pets for adoption | Entertainment | tucson.com - Arizona Daily Star
Pets for adoption | Entertainment | tucson.com  Arizona Daily Star

Getting our pets into the comfort zone | Off The Leash | timesargus.com - Barre Montpelier Times Argus
Getting our pets into the comfort zone | Off The Leash | timesargus.com  Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Progressive partners with Pets Best to help employers offer pet insurance coverage - WKYC.com
Progressive partners with Pets Best to help employers offer pet insurance coverage  WKYC.com

Pets are a doggone good distraction from coronavirus stress - San Luis Obispo Tribune
Pets are a doggone good distraction from coronavirus stress  San Luis Obispo Tribune

Absorbine Pet Care launches new SaniPet sanitizing spray for pets, eliminating 99.9% of germs on contact to help manage healthier households - PRNewswire
Absorbine Pet Care launches new SaniPet sanitizing spray for pets, eliminating 99.9% of germs on contact to help manage healthier households  PRNewswire

Progressive teams with PetsBest for new pet insurance benefit - Employee Benefit News
Progressive teams with PetsBest for new pet insurance benefit  Employee Benefit News

Pets visit caregivers at UT Health - KLTV
Pets visit caregivers at UT Health  KLTV

Readers relate to our dog's blindness - Bucks County Courier Times
Readers relate to our dog's blindness  Bucks County Courier Times

Pets of the week: Spend those summer nights with Calista and Jeff - Bucks County Courier Times
Pets of the week: Spend those summer nights with Calista and Jeff  Bucks County Courier Times

KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Martin - KCBD
KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Martin  KCBD

(SPONSORED) Promote your Pet to Teacher's Assistant - Decaturish.com
(SPONSORED) Promote your Pet to Teacher's Assistant  Decaturish.com

Pet owners beware, skunk tests positive for rabies in Pueblo - KKTV
Pet owners beware, skunk tests positive for rabies in Pueblo  KKTV

FUREVER HOMES: Pets of the Week | News | thecourierexpress.com - The Courier-Express
FUREVER HOMES: Pets of the Week | News | thecourierexpress.com  The Courier-Express

Can Pets Get The Coronavirus? 1st Dog In US To Test Positive Has Died : Short Wave - NPR
Can Pets Get The Coronavirus? 1st Dog In US To Test Positive Has Died : Short Wave  NPR

Selma home burns to ground with several pets inside - WRAL.com
Selma home burns to ground with several pets inside  WRAL.com

Meet the H & S Feed & Country Store Pets of the Week: Sandy & Archie - KBOE 104.9 FM
Meet the H & S Feed & Country Store Pets of the Week: Sandy & Archie  KBOE 104.9 FM

60 percent of pet owners have planned their summer holiday around their dogs - Travel Daily News International
60 percent of pet owners have planned their summer holiday around their dogs  Travel Daily News International

Robotic pets help reduce loneliness | Local News - Moulton Advertiser
Robotic pets help reduce loneliness | Local News  Moulton Advertiser

How to Help Your Pet With Post-Quarantine Separation Anxiety - The New York Times
How to Help Your Pet With Post-Quarantine Separation Anxiety  The New York Times

Don’t abandon your pet, let the Humane Society can help you keep it - WLOX
Don’t abandon your pet, let the Humane Society can help you keep it  WLOX

Here are some of the pets up for adoption in Collin County for ‘Clear the Shelters’ - The Dallas Morning News
Here are some of the pets up for adoption in Collin County for ‘Clear the Shelters’  The Dallas Morning News

Study Makes Link Between People And Pets Who Test Positive For COVID-19 - Talk Radio 1210 WPHT
Study Makes Link Between People And Pets Who Test Positive For COVID-19  Talk Radio 1210 WPHT

DC Introduces A World Of Evil Super-Pets For Death Metal in November - Bleeding Cool News
DC Introduces A World Of Evil Super-Pets For Death Metal in November  Bleeding Cool News

Pet owners call for oversight on pet grooming & boarding facilities - ABC NEWS 4
Pet owners call for oversight on pet grooming & boarding facilities  ABC NEWS 4

Employer offers 'pawternity' leave, $300 toward pet-adoption fees to its workers - FOX 5 DC
Employer offers 'pawternity' leave, $300 toward pet-adoption fees to its workers  FOX 5 DC

Claws, Paws & Scales Gallery for August 14, 2020 - Reading Eagle
Claws, Paws & Scales Gallery for August 14, 2020  Reading Eagle

Meet our pets of the week: Cats, a horse and a cur mix - STLtoday.com
Meet our pets of the week: Cats, a horse and a cur mix  STLtoday.com

Unity family appeals backyard chicken violation, want birds classified as pets - TribLIVE
Unity family appeals backyard chicken violation, want birds classified as pets  TribLIVE

25 Adoptable Pets from the Overcrowded Cincinnati Animal CARE Shelter Looking for Forever Homes - Cincinnati CityBeat
25 Adoptable Pets from the Overcrowded Cincinnati Animal CARE Shelter Looking for Forever Homes  Cincinnati CityBeat

One of A Kind Pet Rescue to hold ‘Clear the Shelters’ adoption event Aug. 15 in Akron - cleveland.com
One of A Kind Pet Rescue to hold ‘Clear the Shelters’ adoption event Aug. 15 in Akron  cleveland.com

Alachua County Pets: Nina, Nolan and Calypso - WCJB
Alachua County Pets: Nina, Nolan and Calypso  WCJB

Why the French are 'European champions' at abandoning pets - BBC News
Why the French are 'European champions' at abandoning pets  BBC News

How to protect your pets from COVID-19 - WWLTV.com
How to protect your pets from COVID-19  WWLTV.com

COVID got you stressed? Pets can be a great stress reliever - KRCRTV.COM
COVID got you stressed? Pets can be a great stress reliever  KRCRTV.COM

MAS provides assistance to pet owners impacted by COVID-19 - WMC
MAS provides assistance to pet owners impacted by COVID-19  WMC

Many Americans have adopted pets amid Covid-19. But beware the costs - CNBC
Many Americans have adopted pets amid Covid-19. But beware the costs  CNBC

Pet owners asked to take precautions during hot weather - FOX 11 Los Angeles
Pet owners asked to take precautions during hot weather  FOX 11 Los Angeles

What Are the Benefits of Getting a Therapy Pet? - South Florida Reporter
What Are the Benefits of Getting a Therapy Pet?  South Florida Reporter

Franklin County Dog shelter uses facial recognition to reunite lost pets with owners - NBC4 WCMH-TV
Franklin County Dog shelter uses facial recognition to reunite lost pets with owners  NBC4 WCMH-TV

Maleah Stringer column: Golf event honors friend, helps pets - The Herald Bulletin
Maleah Stringer column: Golf event honors friend, helps pets  The Herald Bulletin

Pets of the week: Oreo is an older pet who wants to complete your family - mlive.com
Pets of the week: Oreo is an older pet who wants to complete your family  mlive.com

Suffrage train rides, pet food drive, live music and more highlight weekend events around Carson City area - Carson Now
Suffrage train rides, pet food drive, live music and more highlight weekend events around Carson City area  Carson Now

Perry County Humane Society wins senior pet adoption grant - KFVS
Perry County Humane Society wins senior pet adoption grant  KFVS

While You’re In: Dress your pet, see Shakespeare in the Park, tour the world via radio - The Olympian
While You’re In: Dress your pet, see Shakespeare in the Park, tour the world via radio  The Olympian

Pet rescue, Agency on Aging team up to feed furry friends - The County
Pet rescue, Agency on Aging team up to feed furry friends  The County

Fido and COVID: What the CDC says about pets and the coronavirus - Houston Chronicle
Fido and COVID: What the CDC says about pets and the coronavirus  Houston Chronicle

Veterinarians see an increase in pet visits during the pandemic - KYTV
Veterinarians see an increase in pet visits during the pandemic  KYTV

Pets of the Week, August 13 - VIDEO | Photo & Video - Johnson City Press (subscription)
Pets of the Week, August 13 - VIDEO | Photo & Video  Johnson City Press (subscription)

Pet Talk | Features | mtexpress.com - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide
Pet Talk | Features | mtexpress.com  Idaho Mountain Express and Guide

Harriette Cole: Dog mom defends ‘over-the-top’ pet funeral - The Mercury News
Harriette Cole: Dog mom defends ‘over-the-top’ pet funeral  The Mercury News

Alligators make terrible pets: 'You're basically dealing with a dinosaur.' - National Geographic
Alligators make terrible pets: 'You're basically dealing with a dinosaur.'  National Geographic

App Uses Pet Selfies to ID Shelter Pets - Bay News 9
App Uses Pet Selfies to ID Shelter Pets  Bay News 9

Back-To-School District Updates, & New Snapchat Filter for Pets - WOAI
Back-To-School District Updates, & New Snapchat Filter for Pets  WOAI

Coronavirus in pets, French research strategy and a duplication detector - Nature.com
Coronavirus in pets, French research strategy and a duplication detector  Nature.com

Want to keep spoiling your pets during the coronavirus pandemic? Here’s the latest in 'pet tech' - USA TODAY
Want to keep spoiling your pets during the coronavirus pandemic? Here’s the latest in 'pet tech'  USA TODAY

PET EVENTS for Aug. 14, 2020 - Online Athens
PET EVENTS for Aug. 14, 2020  Online Athens

Texas A&M research project identifies COVID-19 positive pets in Brazos County - AgriLife Today
Texas A&M research project identifies COVID-19 positive pets in Brazos County  AgriLife Today

KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Bandit - KCBD
KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Bandit  KCBD

Canaan donates winnings to APS-FH Pet Food Pantry Program - SanJuanIslander.com
Canaan donates winnings to APS-FH Pet Food Pantry Program  SanJuanIslander.com

Green River Animal Control to Host Pet Adoption Event - SweetwaterNOW.com
Green River Animal Control to Host Pet Adoption Event  SweetwaterNOW.com

Pumpkii robot uses swappable modules to entertain pets - New Atlas
Pumpkii robot uses swappable modules to entertain pets  New Atlas

Austin-based The Zebra becomes first company in US to cover pet adoption fees for employees - KVUE.com
Austin-based The Zebra becomes first company in US to cover pet adoption fees for employees  KVUE.com

New tick and mosquito repellent will help protect humans and pets, CDC says - Fox News
New tick and mosquito repellent will help protect humans and pets, CDC says  Fox News

South Florida pet store owner accused of animal cruelty - KOKI FOX 23
South Florida pet store owner accused of animal cruelty  KOKI FOX 23

Marvin Jones Jr. Takes Private Jet to Purchase First Family Pet - Sports Illustrated
Marvin Jones Jr. Takes Private Jet to Purchase First Family Pet  Sports Illustrated

PE-backed Manno Pro to buy pet brand Doggie Dailies - PE Hub
PE-backed Manno Pro to buy pet brand Doggie Dailies  PE Hub

Homeward Bound: Pets' Incredible COVID-19 Journeys To Reunite With Owners - NPR
Homeward Bound: Pets' Incredible COVID-19 Journeys To Reunite With Owners  NPR

Pet of the Week: Miguel - Newnan Times-Herald
Pet of the Week: Miguel  Newnan Times-Herald

CBD Pet Products Continue to Be Big Business - PetProductNews.com
CBD Pet Products Continue to Be Big Business  PetProductNews.com

Lewiston pet vaccine, microchip clinic dates set - The Bethel Citizen
Lewiston pet vaccine, microchip clinic dates set  The Bethel Citizen

COVID-19 can affect pets; cases confirmed | AgriLife Today - AgriLife Today
COVID-19 can affect pets; cases confirmed | AgriLife Today  AgriLife Today

Woman ticketed for releasing lizard; exotic pet still loose in Livingston Parish - WBRZ
Woman ticketed for releasing lizard; exotic pet still loose in Livingston Parish  WBRZ

Army vet finds peace fostering pets, finding them homes - ArmyTimes.com
Army vet finds peace fostering pets, finding them homes  ArmyTimes.com

Did your pet seem to ‘know’ the earthquake was coming? - WBTV
Did your pet seem to ‘know’ the earthquake was coming?  WBTV

Animal Rescue Groups Try To Curb Pet Overpopulation As Some Shelters Are Overcrowded | 90.1 FM WABE - WABE 90.1 FM
Animal Rescue Groups Try To Curb Pet Overpopulation As Some Shelters Are Overcrowded | 90.1 FM WABE  WABE 90.1 FM

The Problem of Loving Pets With Behavior Issues - Psychology Today
The Problem of Loving Pets With Behavior Issues  Psychology Today

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