Importance Of Owning Exotic Animals

903 Words 4 Pages
Raith Palmer
Dalton
English IV
September 17, 2017 Why people should own exotic animals Most people are opposed to keeping an exotic animal as a pet. This is because of the fear of the idea the pets may be dangerous to them and other people as well. Also, some feel that they do not have the relevant skills on how to care for such animals. As a result, cats, dogs, and fish, are the most common pets, you can find in many homes. Nonetheless, this essay affirms that there are enough reasons as to why one should keep exotic animals. Learning is a part of owning any animal so whether it's an exotic one or a more domestic you still will have to adapt to the changes of owning it. Animals have unique behaviors and have specific needs that can teach one about nature. If you have children, you can take that chance to offer new and fascinating information about various species.
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A Jerboa would be an example of a non dangerous creature. An example of a dangerous creature would be snake or wild reptile of dangerous size. Many people look at someone who owns an exotic animal that all they want is something dangerous, but not in all cases, someone could just want an animal that isn't local to their country like maybe a rare species of rabbit or even a type of cat. Exotic pets are fascinating. With their unique behaviors and complicated social interactions, both with each other and with us, they really can teach us all sorts of new information. But their gregariousness can be a double-edged sword for an owner; these exotic pets have very specific social and environmental needs, and before you embark upon the journey into exotic pet ownership, you should be sure to learn about the needs of the exotic pet species you are considering so that you don’t end up with a pet whose requirements are more than what you bargained

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