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Do You Have a Pet in Your Household?

I am not a pet person by any means. I can appreciate the cuteness of puppies and kittens, but I am adamantly against letting them live in my house. I can't even have "an outdoor dog"; I can't handle the shedding, the slobbering, or the kitty litter in my daily life. That said, it baffles me when people have exotic pets like this monkey, which we'll see in the cast of The Hangover Part II, out Friday, or pigs. I once met a girl with her very own Wilbur living in her suburban home — not a farm, just a three-bedroom on a half-acre of land. That's just a whole other ball game to me.

Do you own any pets — exotic or otherwise?

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bsanf3 bsanf3 4 years
I the past, I've had nothing but outdoor dogs.
Julia-Millay-Walsh Julia-Millay-Walsh 4 years
Depending on what kind of dog you have, some are happier outdoors than others . . . like some spaniels and other hunting dogs.
Sundaydrive Sundaydrive 4 years
@StellaRubySome dogs enjoy the outdoors. Why keep them cooped up inside if they aren't going to be happy there? As long as they have a safe area to roam, and have adequate shelter away from the elements, I see no reason why someone shouldn't be able to keep a dog outside. That is as long as the dog enjoys being outside more then he would be inside.
Sundaydrive Sundaydrive 4 years
@StellaRuby Some dogs enjoy the outdoors. Why keep them cooped up inside if they aren't going to be happy there? As long as they have a safe area to roam, and have adequate shelter away from the elements, I see no reason why someone shouldn't be able to keep a dog outside. That is as long as the dog enjoys being outside more then he would be inside.
dreamalittledream dreamalittledream 4 years
I have an indoor cat. I never was a pet person until I let a roommate of mine in college get a kitten. As soon as I moved into my own apartment after college I got a beautiful Ragdoll kitten. The 2 most annoying things about him are: 1. the shedding. All over. Everything. All the time. 2. He climbs on my kitchen counters.But I live alone, so it's nice to come home to something. And he's so huggable!
dreamalittledream dreamalittledream 4 years
I have an indoor cat. I never was a pet person until I let a roommate of mine in college get a kitten. As soon as I moved into my own apartment after college I got a beautiful Ragdoll kitten. The 2 most annoying things about him are: 1. the shedding. All over. Everything. All the time. 2. He climbs on my kitchen counters. But I live alone, so it's nice to come home to something. And he's so huggable!
stellaRuby stellaRuby 4 years
No one should have an "outdoor dog."
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