I don't have any pets now. I have a dog before and but sad to say he was died beacause he was hit by a car.
I have 2 dogs, 13 cats thanks to ppl dumping them in my yard when they were babies and I didn't have the heart to take them to the pound, and a Guinea Pig.
Two dogs, a hedgehog and two frogs.
Fighting the urge to get a bearded dragon because I already have enough things to take care of!
I have three gold fishes. I have five to begin with but two died so I am left with only three to take care of. I love them but sometimes I don't feel like cleaning their tank when it becomes dirty. I still clean it thou.
I have one cat and a dozen tropical fish. The fish are a variety and I plan on getting at least a few more to liven up the aquarium.
I have had a few fish and I had a lizard. I hazve also had a hamster. However, the hamster and lizard died. I am looking into buying a dog or cat
[They're not nominally mine but I feed them when the little woman's away] We have five cats of different ages, the youngest being a male, less than a year old, the eldest a female, the feline equivalent of a hundred years old and still able to get from the front round to the back garden (mid-terrace house, with six-foot back fence) or up onto our wheelie bins. Aside from that there are a few guinea pigs, a rabbit and a couple of goldfish.
We should charge to see the menagerie.
Well there are outside and inside pets...
Horses, Goats, Chickens...Peacocks...Rabbits....and Cats...Parrot...Turtles...Fish...and Hermit Crabs...My G-S has recently discussed adding a Chinese Water Dragon,
Trust me these pets are cared for/fed better/ and cleaner than most people's children...hahaha
Great answers! But do you want actual numbers, and what is a pet, anyway? All of my farm animals are part of my family, but some of them do not have names. Are they still considered pets?
Okay, in my house I have two dogs (plus a long term boarder--since she is staying here for six months so I let her sleep in my house), my parrot, a rabbit, and my Tegu lizards (2). In my front yard I have 6 geese, 7 guinea fowl, my chickens, and from time to time I will take care of a sick or feral dog.
At present I have only one cat. I recently had to put one of my pets to sleep after nearly 8 years.
one female cat but now she invited a male companion that doesn't buzz off when we shoo it. Troublesome when she flirts around
by StevenPayne 7 years ago
Are these animals as easy to care for as I feel like they would be? I have five kids and we would like a pet that can be kept in a cage and is for looking and not touching. I like the idea of a chameleon and have wanted one my whole life. If kept in like a 50 or 100 gallon tank at the right temp....
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
What is appealing about having a pet hamster?Do hamsters really become "pets," per se? What are they like as pets?
by animalluv99 6 years ago
Hi! Well I'm almost twelveand my guinea pig died (so sad! may he rest in peace) so my parents...are letting me get a bunny. My mom was a little hesitant to say yes even though i did my homework on the subject. My mom said that, years ago, my cousin had a bunny and after two weeks it died. She...
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
Does God listen to our prayers when our pets are sick or injured?I have always wondered if God takes the time to listen to our prayers for a pet. I like to think He does.
by spranto 10 years ago
Since I love fish, I would like to share some experiences among hubbers. Anyone here?
by aoiffe379 10 months ago
Do people know when they are going to die before they die?Recently a community leader died 'suddenly'. During the week since her death I have talked with individuals who was told by the deceased that she was 'dying' or that her life work had ended and she was going home. Of course nobody paid...
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