These Are the Most Expensive Pets To Own


27. Coati

The coati is a South and Central American mammal closely related to raccoons that cost $500 to $1,500. It’s a high-energy animal in need of a great deal of space, ideally with both a large indoor and outdoor enclosure.

The coati has a strict diet, requiring measured dietary ratios of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and carbohydrates. Owners have to spend a lot on things like grain-free dog food, poultry, beef, eggs, gut-loaded crickets, and mealworms.

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