There are many controversies, half-truths, and opinions…most condemnatory…floating about the internet about exotic animals as pets. Most of the vitriol is coming from individuals who haven’t, have no need to, and will in no way own an exotic animal. I hope my articles can clear the air and supply a balanced perspective. The exotic pet trade is neither best nor an atrocity. It is just like any other pet trade.
In the chart, fun positively correlates with work (except your friend’s dog). The dragon, arguably the most exotic pet of all, tops out as requiring the most work but is also the most exciting. Who wouldn’t want a dragon? Exotic pets are similar (even though, ironically, the actual exotic pets are listed beneath the domesticated pets in effort). The much more thrilling they are, the a lot more ‘work’ is typically involved. This is because the much more ‘interesting’ pets are so since they are much less widespread, and significantly less frequent pets are generally so because they are ‘harder’ to care for.
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I have a Tuxedo cat, so he’s mostly black, but he came with the name Tex and I kept that. Nonetheless, I feel Shadow would have been a great name for him due to the fact he follows me everywhere. I would if I had a neighbour or friend who would check on them a couple of times a day. I’ve completed this myself, for other neighbours. It didn’t really apply in my case as my cat wasn’t totally mine, but my neighbour did take him in when we have been away as he got older. The healing properties of the amber will have been released into the water, defending your pet from illness, both physical and mental.
Very first published in 1983, Stephen King’s Pet Sematary remains one of his quintessential books. SILKIE CHICKS: These small cuties are the item of my Bearded Silkies Lightning and Rooster Storm. I am sure they will develop up to appear just like their father! Fantastic lens! Soon after reading this, I now know that the duck next door is a Crested Pekin! Now about that chicken!…Read More