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Posted 1/16/11
for me its chinchillas. I got 2 (male and female), very easy to taken care of (if you know what you doing), it is not smelly so u can keep the cage in ur bedroom and they are very cute to watch especially when they are taking a dust bath :). The cons are they poop a lot and needs a lot of attention.

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Posted 1/16/11
A bitch.

They have their perks.
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Goldfish... a thing of food will last you far beyond their lifetime and you can conveniently get rid of them when you're laying down a brick.
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Hmm, I wanted to make a not so subtle and hopefully humorous remark about pussies, but I'll just say that I like cats and think they're pretty easy to take care of.
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snakes:D You only have to feed them once a week or once every other week, keep them watered and as long as you clean the poo out of their cage they don't smell at all(they go about as often as they eat) so not much work involved and you don't have to handle them if you don't want to.
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Cockatiels. I used to own two. They just sing and fly around. Plus their seeds are 20 bucks and last for 3 months.
The only downside is they sure shit a lot. O____O
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aww I have always wanted a chinchilla...I have 3 dogs now but for me the easiest pets to take care of were my Betta Fish. Clean the tank and buy some cheap beta food, a few things for their tank and that was about it. My last two a male and a female lasted almost 5 years.
Posted 1/16/11
I had a polish short earred rabit that I named Mo. Mo never liked to be dirty. and certainly didn't want to sit in his own crap. So I bought a cage that had a tray that attached under it. Just unhook the tray from the cage and clean it and place fresh cedar chip bedding in it. replace the cage back on top and hook it and ta-daa. feeding was also a snap.

P.S If you let a rabbit get near their own poop they will eat it everytime. something about they can't stand dirty areas around them. huh. ...Who knew?
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Posted 1/16/11
a rock.
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31 / M / Iloilo City, PH
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dunno my pets are yard broken..

the dog has his poop spot. i have no idea where, as i have never seen him pooping. maybe he buries it like the cat. dunno

the cat is generally neat and buries her waste.
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Cats are the best. They are very chill and take care of themselves mostly. They make relaxing noises and also they are floppy.
Posted 1/16/11
i would love to have a husky!! omgg
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Shohee wrote:

a rock.


Used to have a pet rock too.
It ran away though :<
Posted 1/17/11
My doggy :D
Sometimes i can't take care of him :/ I work like almost everyday.... =________=;
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Posted 1/17/11
I have a dog, he's pretty easy to take care of.
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