What animal should not be kept as a pet?

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What animal do you think should never be kept as a pet?
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Other humans
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um i regret having caged animals because it makes me feel cruel 🥺
so yea probs that
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Tigers, it ruins the whole point of them.
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Terry Nutkins would say an otter. But he's dead now.

I would say a tardigrade. Unless you're rubbish as keeping pets and keep killing them. In which case, I would suggest keeping one.
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Birds of any type - they’re often cooped up in cages which seems cruel to me.
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(Original post by Mesopotamian.)
Birds of any type - they’re often cooped up in cages which seems cruel to me.
I was going to say this too!

Even with caged animals like hamsters, they need a much bigger space than people think :yes:
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(Original post by BurstingBubbles)
I was going to say this too!

Even with caged animals like hamsters, they need a much bigger space than people think :yes:
A family friend had a pet parrot for a short while and it was really upsetting to see it so distressed inside the cage. I really wanted to set it free
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Meerkats, reptilians, rats, big cats, venomous creatures and primates that do not wear clothes or shoes as a matter of habit.
Any animal named Satan.
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Brachycephalic animals
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Pandas
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Cheetah
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Stick insects - they just have babies :hide:
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dangerous animals to humans:

bears, tigers, white tigers, lions, polar bears, cheetahs, panthers, etc.

And animals they are living in the wild and are used to grow up in their biotops.
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sperm whale
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Blue Whales - they are difficult to take on walks and don't fit through a cat-flap.
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spiders
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My opinion is spiders. I do not think spiders would make a good pet all. There are plenty of reasons I personally can think of but fact is spiders such as black widow and brown recluse spider are very poisonous.(gallant.com)
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Other humans
Some humans have fetishes.
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