Kinkajous are a small, golden brown, tree-dwelling mammal that are native to Central and South American rainforests. They are generally friendly, playful, and curious when raised in captivity and are perhaps best known by their other name..."Honey Bears".
Overall, this is a high-maintenance pet that requires a knowledgeable and committed owner.The Kinkajou (honey bear) can be easily startled by loud noise and they develop an intense bond with their first owner. Subsequent owners might find they can become aggressive. They require lots of room for exercise and they need a varied diet that mimics what they would eat in the wild.
In the wild, kinkajous spend most of their time in the rainforest canopies, and they are nocturnal animals (more active at night). As pets, kinkajous generally are active and curious, and they like to get into things, requiring a lot of hands-on care from you to keep them entertained...
Kinkajous need as large of an enclosure as possible. At minimum, it should be 4 feet wide, 8 feet long, and 6 feet tall. I recommend if possible they have their own room loaded with plenty of animal enrichment for enjoyment and stimulation. Provide several branches, ledges and shelves, and ropes for climbing within the enclosure but make sure there is no Lemon grass anywhere in the house because it's toxic to them.