These Are the Most Expensive Pets To Own


26. Genet

While it looks like a cat, the genet is actually a species of viverrid from Africa and western Europe that costs $900 to $1,400. The aloof genet needs you to pour funds into a very big, secure enclosure at least 4 feet by 8 feet with a height of 6 feet.

Ramps and platforms are a must because a genet needs space to run and jump. It likes to eat a variety of things including rodents, reptiles, amphibians, and bugs, and in particular, will want meat with bones and all.

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