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  1. #1
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    PETS! Small, easy to keep ones.

    I really want a pet. I've always had a cat at home but now I live in a flat so can't really have a cat or a dog.

    Just been to the pet shop to have a look, there were some really cute fluffy bunnies but they are not really suitable either.

    Was thinking maybe some sort of fish or reptile? Anyone got any suggestions? I do go away at weekends sometimes so it can't be something that needs me to be there all the time.
    Last edited by littlemissdirect; 11-04-2007 at 01:29 PM. Reason: cute not cut, I don't want a cut bunny

  2. #2
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    gerbils are cute and stand up and sway like meercats sometimes


    plus they are pretty clean
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  3. #3
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    You could always have a house rabbit!

  4. #4
    Sofie Guest
    Gerbil, stick insesct () or fish.

  5. #5
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    Sea monkeys?

  6. #6
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    hamster,gerbil ,mice are all sweet..

    besides that its going to have to be the boring fish ..(soz ,i hate fish)

    unless you go for some kind of bird..

    happy hunting!
    lifes too short to be borin!

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    A Russian Dwarf Hamster is as cute as you can get

    Edit: they only have a lifespan of a couple years
    "Born to fight, Trained to kill, Ready to die, But never will!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitherz View Post
    A Russian Dwarf Hamster is as cute as you can get

    Edit: they only have a lifespan of a couple years
    They are also evil little buggers... well the ones I used to know were anyway

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    I have had 1 that was evil, apart from that all of em' i have had as a kid have been fine.
    "Born to fight, Trained to kill, Ready to die, But never will!"

    "Dedication is eveything, Impossible is nothing"

    "There are no boundaries in my world, not even genetic potential, a man can never cease to grow."

  10. #10
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    Guinea pigs can live inside, and goldfish are cool as well.

  11. #11
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    A goldfish

  12. #12
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    Are you allowed to keep pets in your flat Katchika?

  13. #13
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    Tortoise, they last ages.

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    I'm getting a goldfish, got the bowl etc at the mo, very excited!

    Get a goldfish, and we can be fishy friends! hehe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rachie004 View Post
    Don't all of these things need fresh food and water on daily basis?

    I wanted to get a hamster or guinea pig type of thing but I decided it wouldn't be fair on the poor wee thing as I'm not here all of the time
    Take it with you, keep it in your pocket or in your bag


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