When I was five my grandparents neighbor passed away and we took her three year old dog. His name was Max and he was a llaso apso mix. Best dog ever! He was always so happy, his tail always wagging. He would come and visit our grandparents with us. I remember his green leash and how my mom would walk him to the bus stop with us.
My nan got me a ginger tom for my birthday i may have been about 8 or so and it followed me everywhere even to the toilet and would wait outside for me and snuggle up to me all the time. I ended up having to move from my nans into foster home and wanted to always take my cat but couldn't and just a few years ago, my nan got it put down because it would constantly climb her front door, which i had always said to never put it down i will take it only to get told no u can't do that can't re-home it.
Actually you can re-home your cat. My cats have moved to 3 different locations and they are fine. But all cats have an adjustment issues though. It takes them a month to get use to things.
I hope you can find a new cat. It's really rewarding, there are many cats who need a home who loves them.
My stepmom at the time and I both had a bunny,hers was named Flopsy and mine was named Mopsy. lol. when one of them died my dad told me had released them into the woods so they could live like thumper off of bambi.I was 4 so you know. lol. I love my dad,hehe
LOL poor fish!^ You had a rought start with pets! I admire you to keep your birds going so long. I love birds,thinking alot about how I have my surroundings and such to keep my parrot healthy. My parents raised our birds,I didn't realize all that goes into having them.
There was also the dog my mother decided to buy us when I was half dead in the hospital with pneumonia at age 13 (my dad had just died).
I can't even recall what kind it was; I just knew she didn't have a clue what to do with it, was NOT a dog person, and he (or she) lasted 2 nights
I LOVE birds, and will always have them!
The larger ones I am not interested in;they seem a bit too loud and squawky (even parakeets).
As it is, my canaries raise the roof with their arias, and tend to sing loudly OVER our conversations if we are in the same room
They are very hardy birds and easy to care for.
The finches chilled easily, but canaries can be in cooler temps and in open windows (just avoid drafts).
I wish you luck and many joyful years with your new bird
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