Miami Exotic Animals AKA Exotic Animals Miami
Their home base is 17890 SW 272nd Street Homestead, Fl, which you can visit. As of Feb. 2024 their website says:
We’re a “Private” Zoo. We do allow guests to visit our property in Homestead for Private Tours & Full Hands-On Interaction at $695 for up to 6 guests. We can also host larger groups for Private Parties; see our Venue Rental Page.
For Events, we bring the Lion / Tigers in large steel rolling enclosures (6’ x 8’) or 20’+ Arena.
For Private Photo-Shoots, we are able to bring the big cat out of the cage in a secure location and have the subject remain a safe distance away from the cat.
For Private Photo-Shoots, we are able to bring the big cat out of the cage in a secure location and have the subject remain a safe distance for beautiful artistic photos. – We can also provide the photographer who can splice two pictures together making it look like the subject is right next to the Tiger; We only allow 1 subject to be in the photos at a time & you can not hold the leash.
This is a seriously large operation that should be scrutinized because they promote being able to travel across the country, with numerous packages for all types of events, to include photo/ video shoots with wild animals. Their website boasts a custom landing page for each of the six cities they claim to have been active in.
During a recent bar mitzvah where neighbors complained that having a tiger in a rolling cage in the front yard was an arrogant thing to do, the tiger appeared to have been provided by and operation known as “Exotic Animals Miami” or “Miami Exotic Animals”. This sort of display can only be done by USDA licensees, but searching the USDA database for either name, or even any listing in Homestead, FL turns up no results.
I can’t find any USDA listing for either name or Homestead, FL but this is reminiscent of the tiger at a mansion birthday party from 2021. That turned out to be Grisel and Jeremy Possman of Predators Unlimited
which is still licensed. 58-C-0899 They haven’t posted under than name since 2016 on Facebook. This 2018 article refers to Predators Unlimited as bringing a tiger to a prom that resulted in community backlash:
Who are they?
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