What is the best pet animal and why?
I am thinking of getting one which is low maintenance. Do suggest some nice ones.
Absolutely the lowest maintenance would be a chia pet! They are a blast to sit and stare at and require only mild grooming from time to time!
If you really want the most low maintenance pet, go for a pet rock. Serisouly though, go for a African Water Frog. You can get them in most pet stores. They are fully aquatic, small, full personalities, highly entertaining, etc. And they can live in a simple tank that doesn't require a filter. Oh, and they can be put in the same tank as a Japanese fighting fish and they eat the same food as them too. Get two cause then they interact and it can be kind of comic. Does that help?
I am happy that this question was kind of a comic release for few, but seriosuly though I was thinking something like a turtle or a fish. I am strange enough kinda scared of Frog. What if they leap out of the tank? Any other suggestions please?
I prefer bird, you can enjoy his beauty voices. And easy for feeding them than cat or dog
Fish are great pets to have, and are rather low maintenance, although they do require a decent amount of money to start. If you are thinking really low maintenance you could try getting a beta fish.
Well, let's see if you can guess my answer!
You should share your life with a wonderful, warm, fuzzy, happy and satisfying.....CAT or KITTEN...or both. The best thing to do is to have 2 or 3 cats so that they can keep one another company while you are away. And, there is nothing like cuddling up with a warm, clean, fastidious feline. Cats are smart, cute, intelligent, entertaining and so much more than they are given credit for.
so..again....share your home and happiness with a cat, or two, or more!
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