If you could have any animal as a pet what would it be?

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  1. Zaiden Jace profile image63
    Zaiden Jaceposted 10 years ago

    If you could have any animal as a pet what would it be?


  2. PurvisBobbi44 profile image90
    PurvisBobbi44posted 10 years ago

    I would love to have a white Persian kitten like the one on Fancy Feast Commercial. I research the cost and I found online one of these kittens cost $4,500.00 at that time.
    So sadly I love it from afar but I am happy for anyone who can afford one of these precious kittens.

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    sheilamyersposted 10 years ago

    I'll keep my shelter cats. If I were going to put out some big bucks for a dog, I've seen some on the internet that a cross between Alaskan malamute and something else (can't remember what) and they look like wolves. They're cool looking dogs.

  4. LKMore01 profile image64
    LKMore01posted 10 years ago

    If I could have any animal as a pet it would be a cocker spaniel. If it were possible I would have about ten of them on a  country farm in England with rolling hills and lush green grass. The spaniels could roam free in fields of blooming flowers, ears flopping in the breeze. There would be a bench where I would sit and laugh observing them chase each other like adorable little bunny rabbits.  They would receive endless belly rubs and t kisses on sweet wet noses.

  5. Silva Hayes profile image74
    Silva Hayesposted 10 years ago

    I am so happy with the pet that we have.  Daisy is a white maltipoo (Maltese mother, Toy Poodle father).  She is the sweetest, kindest and most loving creature I have know.  In addition, she is super intelligent. 

    If I was wealthy and owned a large ranch, I would also have an Appaloosa for a pet.  I will never forget seeing a photo in a newspaper of an Appaloosa named Princess Elena that some rich woman paid $175,000 for, and this was many years ago.  She had a blonde mane and tail that almost touched the ground.  What beautiful creatures they are!

  6. carlajbehr profile image86
    carlajbehrposted 10 years ago

    I am a proud owner of a peach-faced lovebird.   This is what I would have if I didn't already own this adorable little fellow named Gregory.

    1. Silva Hayes profile image74
      Silva Hayesposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      We had a peach-faced lovebird once, named Pinky Joe.  We loved that little bird so much -- what a character!  I wrote a Hub about him.

  7. cabmgmnt profile image84
    cabmgmntposted 10 years ago

    I have a dog and a chinchilla. I would love to own another chinchilla, they are so darn cute and frisky. I am thinking about adding a parakeet to my pack but for now I am happy with the dog and the chinch.

  8. Macourt60 profile image60
    Macourt60posted 10 years ago

    It would be dogs. I  presently have  two dogs and in the past cats, birds, and  fish but definitely dogs. I feel they bring so much to your life. Cats can as well but for me its always been dogs.

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    SandCastlesposted 10 years ago

    I would have all my pets back that died. Having a pet is wonderful but when they die, it is obviously hard to take because when your pet dies, no animal can ever replace them.  You can get a new pet and love it but you'll always miss the pet you lost and when your new pets die, you'll miss them too.   I believe in heaven I will see my pets again and be reunited. That is why it is so important to live each day and make it count. Don't get so distracted by the nastiness because time can't be reversed. There will always be bullies and creeps out there. You leave one set and just to meet a new set. Pets are very comforting and loving and they can help someone stop to smell the roses and appreciate what is truly important and it is not the dog-eat-dog hatefulness in a world that seems to move so fast, where priorities are skewed. Be aware and watchful so you are not blindsided by cruel people but determined to see the goodness.

  10. JohnGreasyGamer profile image74
    JohnGreasyGamerposted 10 years ago

    As I love cats, I'd have to be the proud owner of something like a Panther. Not only do they look ferocious, proud and slick, but I'm guessing they'd make loyal companions. Either that or an ocelot, because they look funny and their name is awesome!

  11. Express10 profile image85
    Express10posted 10 years ago

    You are absolutely killing me with the cuteness of the huskies (or malamutes) here. But if I could have any animal as a pet I might choose a red panda or an Emperor penguin.

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    lisasuniquevoiceposted 10 years ago


    Zaiden Jace,

    The two dogs in the photo are so cute I would love to adopt them. What breed are they? The mask like marking on their faces reminds me of my to Ragdoll cats. Koalas are really cute too, but they live in the wild.

  13. anagham profile image59
    anaghamposted 10 years ago

    I always wish I had pets around me in my house... If I had to choose, it'd be dogs...

  14. nanderson500 profile image77
    nanderson500posted 10 years ago

    If I had unlimited money and space, I would have an elephant. That would undoubtedly be very entertaining.

  15. Globetrekkermel profile image63
    Globetrekkermelposted 10 years ago

    definitely a dog and if not a dog, will be a cat.

  16. blue15 profile image60
    blue15posted 10 years ago

    Pit bull mix from a shelter...they are always grateful for being rescued and are loyal and loving.  I have one now and wish I could afford to provide a home for more, but we'll see!


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