Choose my pet

Discussion in 'Pets' started by mikeconley11, Jan 24, 2018.

  1. mikeconley11

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    They're scary. What if I'm sleeping and I wake up with a turtle on my face? Turtle gonna catch these hands
     
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  2. *~BRAT~*

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    just don't sleep in the turtle tank
     
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    mcpon14 Bleeds Nexopia

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    What if you wake up and you could barely move and you realize that you are stuck inside of the turtle shell and you poke your head out and see that the turtle is laying sprawled on your bed? :iik:
     
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    Lmao that's amazing
     
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    Okay I'm gonna get a bunny I think. When I let it out of the cagey thing, it won't got hopping out the window will it?
     
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    It might. :shifty: Just jump out after it, even if you get maimed in the process. :)
     
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    Keep in mind that the average lifespan of a rabbit in captivity is about 10 years I think. So, it's a long commitment. I doubt it will hop out the window, but you will want to keep an eye on your bunny at first to make sure it gets used to its new environment. :)
     
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    I'm not going to be living here next year, would the bunny get scared of moving places all the time?
     
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    bunnies stink
     
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    I think the bunny could adjust reasonably well. But, I must reiterate that I've never kept a rabbit as a pet. :)
     
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    My bunny was like a mix between a dog personality and cat personality. He’d be fine to move or to go to the park or to a friends house.
     
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    @mikeconley11 The rabbit should be fine to move. If you don't want to to make the long commitment I suggest adopting an adult rabbit from an animal shelter. A lot of them come already litter trained :)
     
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    If you want a short-term pet, you can get a fly. I think that they only live a day or something. :)
     
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