Nebraska

Summary: 

Nebraska prohibits private possession of big cats. Nebraska law mandates that no person shall keep in captivity any big cat unless the person was in possession of the big cat prior to March 1, 1986. Some institutions are exempt from this prohibition and may possess big cats. These entities include zoos, parks, refuges, wildlife areas, or nature centers that are either government owned and operated or AZA-accredited.

Classification: 
Ban
Color: 
gray