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    Get a sugar glider. It would be the perfect environment for it in California with all of the eucalyptus trees and fruit fields =)













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    Pshh, why get a mammalian fuzzball that stinks and sheds hair all over... Get a mantis or better yet, a male and female pair. Learn how to breed them and you'll have pets forever!
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    What about a guinea pig? http://www.wikiforkids.com/wiki/inde...le=Guinea_Pigs http://amazedme.com/uploaded_images/...g_1-759711.jpg They are cute, furry, live longer than hamsters, and make squeak noises when you open their food bag.
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    Get a lionhead rebbit. Goofy lil guy I have.

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    pssshhh mamalian pets.

    REPTILES are the way to go. Generally the same space requirements as most of these "snake foods"! Depends on the species/genus/etc...but most reptiles sold at pet stores are really easy to care for!
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    Rabbits are cool but if they get out your done for and they enjoy fresh foods with lots of space. Your right SW tanks cost alot still saving up $450 not including any live stock.

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    [QUOTE=DaveyJones;874394] I would certainly recommend that over a nasty rat, yuck. (Sorry guys, but mice/rats only belong in traps or the mouths of snakes, IMHO)
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    This is not true. Rats are not nasty in any way. They are clean and very smart.

    I have a rabbit back in Canada. It's a Mini Lop. He's really friendly and is potty trained to go in a litterbox. I have a guinea pig here and I'm working on potty training him this weekend, lol. Not as exciting as a rabbit, but still sweet I hope you find what you're looking for. Maybe you can try finding a rabbit at a shelter. Then you can help out a homeless bunny and you'd get a friend
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    sorry PAK i will change it and billy it is ilegal to own a flying squirel here
    DJ, that's coll i will have 2 choices dwarf rabbit or dwarf hamster, but to me the rabbit looks more energetic and playful
    my mom and dad are afraid of rats so i can't keep them . Davey, do dwarf rabbits like to have another rabbit friend ?

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