Earlier this year in January, fully unbeknownst to me, my spotted genet ‘Fuffy’ made his television debut in an episode of the Canadian documentary series called Doc Zone, Wild and Dangerous: The World of Exotic Pets directed by Jason Young.

Whether you agree or disagree with the possession of unique animals, please be civil in your responses here. I’ve acquired a number of criticism for my standpoint on the ownership and captive breeding of untamed animals, and particularly, cats. Criticism has been both private and non-private and is commonly hurtful. You are free to specific your opinion, but please do it politely, and if you cannot be well mannered, at the least be civil.

Wild animals have natural instincts and will be unpredictable even when they’re human-reared. They can chew and attack their house owners or other people in the event that they really feel threatened. Animal owners are legally liable for any injuries their animals might cause. Many states and cities prohibit possession of wild animals as pets because of this.

Wild animals are all around us. As man additional encroaches into wild habitats with extra properties and commercial developments, our wild neighbors adapt proper along with these adjustments to their environment. Thus the potential for man/wild-animal interplay increases. Raccoons, perhaps more than every other wild animal living in shut proximity to human habitation, are more likely to cause actual or perceived issues for folks.

That said, before we grow to be too gung ho about eliminating pure ecosystems, we should also keep in mind that many different humans value wilderness, and it is good to avoid making enemies or tarnishing the suffering-reduction cause by pitting it in direct opposition to different things individuals care about. In addition, many types of environmental preservation, especially reducing local weather change, could also be vital to the far future, by enhancing prospects for compromise among the main world powers that develop artificial normal intelligence.