Yes Amber is cute now that she is little, but what about when she is grown? You may have not taken for from the wild, but you can bet the exotic breeder took her mom or one like her. You are going to have to, as she grows quell hundreds of years of genetic traits in her. She will want to roam, she will get bored, her claws will get huge and she could attack you. No matter how much love you have given to her, she cannot stop being a wild animal. Then, when it is much to late you will have to depend on people such as my friend Nikki who takes in exotic animals that have grown to big, and out of the "oh she is cute stages." She can eat your cats for lunch and not even think about it.
A lady down the road also had a bobcat. She has her entire bedroom set up as a miniature woodlands, and a huge wire enclosure outside for this cat as well. When it was a cub it was cute and she loved it oh so much, but as it grew so did the destructive power of those paws and claws, so she had it declawed (a sad fact that happens to the wild cats in captivity) But that didn't stop it, and it started trashing the house and biting. She ended up not being able to handle this cat and ended up destroying it instead- euthanizing it. Wild cats do not belong in captivity, and they are most certainly owned for bragging rights, unless the person who owns them works within the zoological community, I say, leave them out in the wild or in zoos and breeding programs, but never consider them as pets, because they never can be.
My friend Nikki's websiteWildTalk
By the way, while caring for these beasts, Nikki has been mauled more times than she cares to remember- and she knows what she is doing.