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Good Pet for a Student Watch

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    A micro pig!
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    A polar bear is good, as long as it's house trained.
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    a budgie?
    you can talk to it
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    Syrian/Golden Hamsters make wonderful Pets Just don't go for the Russian/Chinese Hamsters as they arent very friendly and are mega fast!! lol.
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    (Original post by Urkel)
    The OP wants something that can be stroked, so perhaps a cactus isn't the best suggestion.
    I stroke my cactus it's like acupuncture but free! and owning a cacus is also a great way to learn about cool things such as photosynthesis and active uptake
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    A chinchilla!

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    My boyfriend had one (which sadly died :sadnod:) and he was really cute in a grumpy way. Their little hands are adorable
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6nmHzPCTdw
 
 
 
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