Tiger Cubs

(4 customer reviews)

$2,800.00 – 3,500.00

We are a breeder of tiger cubs and a wide variety of exotic animals such as cheetah cubs, cougar cubs, jaguar cubs, leopard cubs, black panther cubs, lion cubs, yellow and white Siberian tigers and Bengal tiger cubs, leopard and liger (i.e cross breed between lion and tiger) all ready for sale at very affordable prices.

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Tiger Cubs For Sale

We are a breeder of tiger cubs and a wide variety of exotic animals such as cheetah cubs, cougar cubs, jaguar cubs, leopard cubs, black panther cubs, lion cubs, yellow and white Siberian tigers and Bengal tiger cubs, leopard and liger (i.e cross breed between lion and tiger) all ready for sale at very affordable prices.

All our tiger cubs are bottle-fed and raised in our home as home pets, so they are perfectly socialized and will make very good pets.
We sell each cub with complete health papers from and approved vet., breeders guide manual and a 1 year health guarantee.

We ship these tiger cubs for sale, across certain continents (depending on exotic trade law). Due to the amount of work required to handle an animal of this calibre, we will only sell to customers who can properly care for these tigers. Tigers are no cheap pet. Unlike dogs and cats which can be looked after on a budget, these powerful felines require constant caring, with food costs being high, as well as future vet costs if needed.

Please Contact Us to find out if you’re eligible.

If you are eligible, we will send over a PDF breeding manual for you to look over. It will show you the basics of looking after your new tiger cub, and how to care for it as it grows bigger and powerful. It’ll include information on its diet, training, and healthcare.

4 reviews for Tiger Cubs

  1. Zahra

    How do you buy one and do we get a cage with them? Is it OK to let them sleep outside of the cage or could that be dangerous? Is it a risk to a 3 year old?
    Will I have to walk it every day and have you guys already named them? If I do have to walk them, is it an issue if you live in the city? Because I don’t want to risk the tiger getting hurt in London.

  2. Joseph Bailey

    How do you send the tiger’s over i dont want them to be stressed.

  3. Misael

    I want a male white tiger

  4. Hector Cardona

    Where do you live ? I’ll go personally and get him

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