Kansas Senate Bill 269 would prohibit the possession or breeding of “dangerous regulated animals” except by persons who possess a valid United States Department of Agriculture license and are in compliance with the Animal Welfare Act. The bill would also expand the definition of “dangerous regulated animals” to include wolves and non-human primates (in addition to lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars, cheetahs, mountain lions, bears, and non-native venomous snakes). The bill includes an exemption for those who lawfully possessed a nonhuman primate or wolf prior to July 1, 2021.