Publicado em 8 de fev de 2018
Animals can be really cuddly, cute and cool but some pets aren’t made to be a pet. Here are some animals that make the worst pets ever.
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Just because something looks cute and cuddly doesn’t mean you should give it a name and bring it home with you. Join us as we uncover some animals that make the worst pets ever.
Let’s start our list with one creature that instills fear in the majority of people – snakes! Even though 56% of Americans claim to have a fear of snakes, snakes are still a popular pet.
Okay, so you crossed snakes off your list, but what about a cute little bird? You might want to skip over these feathered fiends too.
For a while, iguanas were highly desirable pets…that is, until everyone realized how mean they are. Though beautiful as babies, they’re hella high maintenance as adults.
Don’t let their adorable appearance fool you – these things were created by the devil himself.
In theory, rabbits make wonderful pets – they’re cute, cuddly, and capable of being extremely social, but there’s a lot of downsides too.
I have nothing against chickens as long as they’re in a coop or on my dinner plate, but having a chicken as a pet is one of the worst ideas imaginable. If you’ve ever held a chick for longer than five minutes, you’ll start to see why.
Bears – If someone has to tell you not to buy a bear as a pet, I say get one and let natural selection run its course.
Aquatic Turtles – Aquatic turtles make the list not because they pose an immediate threat or because they’re loud…but they’re super messy, disgusting, dirty, and high maintenance.
While some people have these raccoon relatives as pets, I wouldn’t recommend it as they need a lot of space, are super active, and are had to train.
Sugar gliders are controversial pocket pets that are gaining popularity across the US, but I’m here to tell you why you shouldn’t get one. These marsupials are native to Australia and resemble flying squirrels in that they glide from place to place.
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