Give me one example of a pet that you've always wanted
Ok I'm giving two examples...either a small monkey or an adorable dog
Hi. A Wombat is the only other animal (apart from my dogs) that I would love to own.
I like to have a dog and as it is faithful and also friendly and i like the way it reacts to people and it will be friendly with all of them if they are good to them.
I like parrots. I've always wanted one that was big and could talk but I have too many cats and other animals so I can't get one. Plus there kind of expensive also.
An ocelot! I fell in love with Daisy, an ocelot, when I was about 9, but of course, I could not have a cat like that.
I've always wanted a sugar glider! They are SOOOO adorable, with their HUGE eyes and little faces!
A monkey! And now I have one and love her very much. She's all I thought she would be and more. Good and bad. LOL! I have written a couple of hubs about her. Her name is "Madie"
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