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Coati:Coati are omnivorous raccoons from South America. They have a lot of energy and are often time incorrectly referred to as Coatimundi. 
They are known for their inquisitive nature and unlike the raccoons most seen in North America they are not nocturnal. These are not a pet you can just scoop up and take home from the wild, though that is true for most wild animals turned into pets. If they are not bottle raised and constantly socialized they can become very violent. They are also not a pet for children. They are biters, especially if they don’t like what you’re doing to them. These pets are not for most people. It takes a special person to handle a Coati. 
As a pet their diet should consist of high grade, grain free dog food, fresh fruit, poultry, beef, eggs, and vegetables. They can be given Crickets and mealworms as treats. 
Neutering and Spaying is recommended before the coati reaches six months of age. Males can become quite aggressive once they are sexually mature and females can become aggressive when in heat. Spaying and neutering will give you a more even tempered pet. This pet was suggested by Ferretmeat
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Coati:


Coati are omnivorous raccoons from South America. They have a lot of energy and are often time incorrectly referred to as Coatimundi. 

They are known for their inquisitive nature and unlike the raccoons most seen in North America they are not nocturnal. These are not a pet you can just scoop up and take home from the wild, though that is true for most wild animals turned into pets. If they are not bottle raised and constantly socialized they can become very violent. They are also not a pet for children. They are biters, especially if they don’t like what you’re doing to them. These pets are not for most people. It takes a special person to handle a Coati. 

As a pet their diet should consist of high grade, grain free dog food, fresh fruit, poultry, beef, eggs, and vegetables. They can be given Crickets and mealworms as treats. 

Neutering and Spaying is recommended before the coati reaches six months of age. Males can become quite aggressive once they are sexually mature and females can become aggressive when in heat. Spaying and neutering will give you a more even tempered pet. 

This pet was suggested by Ferretmeat

Photo source: Link

Information source: Link

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    Aww :3
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    I almost got one of these as a pet several years ago.
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    Ohhh apparently they’re better known as Coati. Looks at it’s cuteness!
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    Perfect animals :>
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