Thoughts about having exotic animals as "pets"??

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  • #1962
    Cristina
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    I’m slightly curious about this sort of thing and what others think about it.

    It bothers me to see people housing large felines as pets, watching youtube videos of their interactions and finding it cute, but at the same time, I know they don’t belong in a 3 bedroom house.

    I’m 100% against zoos, animal circuses and aquatic arenas. Given the chance, I would be the girl to have one of every animal in my own backyard. Extreme animal hoarding!

    #2048
    Murrlissa
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    For me it depends on the zoo. Some zoos are really good and they usually only have animals that really can’t be in the wild so they keep them there to help educate people on why helping animals is important. Circuses and places like sea world are completely different though and bad.

    With keeping exotic animals I’m against normal people having them 100%. It kills me because I would love to have a fox companion.

    #2229
    Anonymous
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    Well, it depends on what is an “exotic pet.”
    For the most part, they shouldn’t be kept, for the simple reason that they’re only “tame,” not domestic.
    Only the other hand, things like pygmy goats and domestic foxes are “exotic pets,” and they are cute as buttons. The problem here would be finding a friendly neighborhood and a suitable veterinarian.

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