What Pets Did Romans Have?

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The ancient Romans had many types of pets. Romans had dogs and cats as pets as well as birds, mice, fish, rats, and sometimes goats as pets. Romans valued their pets and many pets are depicted in ancient artwork.
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The Romans had the basic domestic type pets the same as us. They tolerated cats and the cats tolerated them. They definitely had dogs but many of their dogs were working dogs such
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They kept dogs as pets. Besides dogs, Romans were very partial to
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People owned domesticated animals since before Rome even existed. Romans would have been keeping pets from the beginning. Though usually these animals had a purpose beyond companionship
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Incitatus was the favored horse of Roman emperor Caligula. Its name is a Latin adjective meaning "swift" or "at full gallop".
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