Canada lynx and bobcats really don’t belong in the pet trade.
They might be somewhat easy to breed and feed, but their needs are usually too much for the average person. Most of the ones available on the pet market descend from ancestors that were bred for the fur trade.
And the fact that they are wild animals that have a lot of power for their size just makes the inappropriate as pets.
Declawing such animals might make sense in this context, but for a species that is known for producing such a copious undercoat, a Canada lynx needs all the grooming equipment at its disposal.
And never mind that declawing is a very painful procedure.