Everyone has a dream pet. Some people prefer the usual, for example cats, dogs and fish, but then others prefer the unusual, like snakes, spiders and turtles. If you could have any pet, what would it be?
I used to breed llamas and if I could have any pet, apart from dogs, which I always have and always will, I would love to have llamas again, but sadly, after an accident, could not now manage a large property.
Tigers! Snow Leopards! Lynx! Pussy-cats of all sorts. Dogs, alpaca, kangaroos, wallabies, koala, Leadbeaters Possums, and more.
I'd love to have so many animals love me as I them.
Strangely enough, I have not wanted to have a male lion or large birds. Little Finches are a delight as are the Eastern Parrot & Rosella.
Australia has more Endangered animals on the Extinction register than any other country. WHY don't we care more?
I'm a 'buddy' for 3 adorable animals at EDGAR's MISSION, Victoria.
Edgar's Mission takes in animals who have been left to starve, cast aside, often injured, dumped, hurt, starving. Edgar's Mission rescues so many, providing a safe home with love & care, but they need help.
I'd really like to see an article on Edgar's Mission and their rescued 'family', all of whom need help. Our bushfires were very close last week. I hope all are OK. I'm still not keen on having a lion, though!
I've always been a dog person but recently I've adopted a little kitten and now I do not want any other pet than my little kitten. I love him so much. Can't think of any other pet that I would want right now
My dream pet is a long haired chihuahua. Why is that my dream pet? Because we adopted one that someone didn't want any more and he is adorable. We have had him for over 9 years. He is definitely my dream pet, small, doesn't bark too much, doesn't dig holes, encourages me to go out for walks, loyal.
I still would love a Horse! But that ain't gonna happen!
Friend of mine breeds & owns Icelandic Horses! She lives on a 50 acre property! Lucky her!
Would love to have a female Welsh Pembroke Corgi dog again. Bred them, & owned for 25 years! They're beautifully natured dogs. Great size for a suburban block!
But I'll just have to keep loving my rescue SP Siamese cat! He sure found his 'forever' home with me & gets spoilt to the nth degree!
But isn't that the way it SHOULD be for our little 'furry friends'?