What animals are illegal to own in Singapore?
Wild animals are illegal to be sold, advertised for sale or kept as pets in Singapore: All reptiles (e.g. All snakes, all lizards such as green iguanas and geckos, star tortoises, pig-nosed turtles, Chinese soft shelled turtles etc) except for the red-eared slider terrapin and the Malayan box turtle.
What birds are legal in Singapore?
All birds except house crow (Corvus splendens), white-vented or Javan myna (Acridotheres javanicus), common myna (Acridotheres tristis), feral pigeon (Columba livia), and birds which are prescribed as protected wildlife species.
Can you own a fox in Singapore?
Ever dreamed of owning a hedgehog or fox? Here’s why they, and other exotic wildlife creatures, are banned in Singapore.
Can you own a pig in Singapore?
Pets allowed and not allowed in HDB flats
Most small breed animals, such as small dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs, are allowed in HDB flats. However, poultry, such as chickens, are not.
Are birds allowed in HDB?
Below is a list of other pets allowed in HDB flats: Birds (except house crow, white-vented or Javan myna, common myna, feral pigeon, and birds which are protected wildlife species) Chinchillas. Fish (except piranhas and fish which are protected wildlife species)