A yorkie , male,they are so sweet . We rescued A 2 yr old last month, and if I had known how precious these dogs are I would never had gotten any other breed . He makes me think of a baby the way he uses his hands while playing, S K A
I have a fennec fox they are really cute and sweet the don't bite unless felt threatened and they eat fruits n veggies They live longer in captivity about 11-15 years and they don't get very big I suggest u start off with a kit(baby) they are easier + they are a dog with cat traits so it's like u get both but make sure they are legal where you live
Any pet? GET AN ELEPANT!!!!! just kidding. Well, what do you like? I suggest a dog or cat from the animal shelter. It always feels really good to save a life. Also consider the cost or adoption and materials. I just a got a gecko who was only 25 bucks but his entire set up was 300 dollars.
Woa! If you can get any you want SO get a horse. A dog is also cool, really loyal and cuddly plus loving. Kittens rock, but scratch up EVERYTHING and aren't too interactive. You should start out babysitting people's pets to see which one you like the most, or foster a pet until it is adopted, (or until you adopt it!) to see if you can handle it. Chinatown $7.00 red eared slider turtles are great, and Hermit Crabs are easy to take care of. Rabbits are cute but poop a whole lot. Hamsters and Rats are good if you like that sort of thing, but Hamsters are hard to handle, and Rats are kind of, well, you know, gross. There are also Fennec Foxes, Hedgehogs, Ferrets, Sugar Gliders, and Pigs, but make sure they are legal in your area. (Guinea Pigs are good too). And, of course birds and fish are always options.
It really depends on the amount of commitment time and love you are willing to put into the animal you wish to get you should also do research on the animal you choose because it might not be right for your situation or temperament such as small children or space and even allergies.