Oklahoma State Laws Governing Private Possession of Exotic Animals
• OKLA. STAT. Tit. 29, §4-107 - Commercial wildlife breeder's license.
A. Except as otherwise provided for in this title, no person may breed, possess or raise native wildlife, except fish, amphibians, aquatic reptiles, aquatic invertebrates or exotic livestock, for commercial purposes without having first procured a license for such from the Director.
B. No person licensed under this section may sell cats specified in subsection D of this section or bears to any person who does not possess a commercial wildlife breeder's license or noncommercial wildlife breeder's license.
C. Such license may be issued to any person whom the Director believes to be acting in good faith, and whom he believes does not intend to use such license for the purpose of violating any of the laws of the State of Oklahoma, and who proves that the brood stock he uses will be obtained in a lawful manner.
D. Without exception, any person shall be licensed under this section who keeps or maintains on premises any bear or cat that will grow to reach the weight of fifty (50) pounds or more and shall at all times keep such wildlife confined, controlled and restrained in such manner so the life, limb or property of any person lawfully entering such premises shall not be endangered.
E. The fees for a license under this section, and all renewals of such license, shall be Forty-eight Dollars ($48.00).
F. Any person convicted of violating the provisions of this section shall be punished by a fine of not less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00); and, if applicable, shall have his wildlife license revoked. No such person whose license has been revoked shall be eligible to obtain a new license until after the date on which the revoked license would have expired.