If you lived in a small apartment what pet would you keep?
Dog, cat, bird, or fish?
I'm a cat and dog person, but since I feel that dogs need space in a garden and our cats enjoy going outside as well - I'd have to say probably a fish..
A cat -- I always have a cat or two, or three or four. I've had fish before, and my days of caring for an aquarium are over. Besides, you can't cuddle a fish without putting him in jeopardy. If I weren't working, I would like a small dog, but they need someone to care for their needs in the daytime unless you train them to use a litter box like a friend trained his doxies. I've never had a bird.
I live in a studio and have a pet rabbit. He's small and quiet as can be, so I don't have to worry about needing extra space or bothering the neighbors. He's litter trained too, so he's free to roam around my entire apartment, which to him, is huge!
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