Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Most Expensive Pets

Most Expensive Pets 
the world's most expensive pet is often selectively bred with other white lions in captivity. While this is by no means a sure way
These cats are most expensive when they are about three generations removed from the original breed, which is the time when their appearance and demeanor .
The Bengal Cat - $800-$3,000
Bengal Cat is a hybrid breed designed to have the look and feel of a wild cat but have the docile nature of a domestic cat. Depending on the generation, you may have a cat that’s slightly wilder and as a result can be difficult to raise.
White Lion Cubs - $140,000
White Lions do exist in the wild but are extremely rare. Their whiteness is as a result of a recessive gene. Breeders have attempted to breed them in captivity but the results are often not good as inbreeding causes the White Lions to be born with debilitating health issues such as lung and respertory problems and mental retardation.
Squirrel Monkey - $4,000
Squirrel Monkey originates from the tropical forests of Central and South America. So why not pluck them out of their natural habitat and put them on your velvet ottoman? The Squirrel Monkey is quite small, rarely growing larger than 2lbs. They make for very intelligent and affable pets.
Chimpanzee - $60,000-$65,000
Chimpanzees are one of the first primates to be kept as pets. Common in African villages, this idea of having Chimps as pets spread out to Europe and America. Chimps are some of the smartest pets you could own and with proper training can do a lot of you household tasks. (i.e. cleaning, accounting, walking the dog.)
Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies - $4,000
The Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies are known for their playful and energetic demeanor which makes them particularly appealing as family pets. Perhaps the only downside to owning this particular breed is the fact that they’re quite amazingly ugly. One member of this breed was crowned the world’s ugliest dog for 3 years straight.
English Bulldog - $2,000-$5,000
The only reason these dogs exist is because of humans. Without human intervention these dogs would be totally unable to reproduce effectively. This is the main reason the English bulldog is so expensive. The cost of breeding is so high due to the fact that physically, male bulldogs are unable to have sex with female bulldogs and subsequently human intervention is needed in the form of artificial insemination. Female bulldogs nearly always require a caesarian section when they give birth because the puppies’ heads are simply to large for the birth canal. It’s almost always necessary to deliver bulldog pups via caesarian section, due to the large size of the puppies’ heads.
Hyacinth Macaw - $6,500-$12,000
It’s a bird.
Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Python - $15,000
Famed for their longness or ‘longosity’, Reticulated Pythons are some of the longest snakes in the world. One of its most distinguishing features is the tiger like pattern along its back.
Lavender Albino Ball Python - $20,000
Discovered in 2003, this African snake sports a lavender colour and bright ruby red eyes. This makes for a great conversation piece when you bring women over.

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