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Which pet I should own next?
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    Thread created on 05:28:32 - 13/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    After since I lost my fish that I owned for like 7 years (she died during covid lock down), I never bought another fish anymore. Just doesn't feel the same and it just feels wrong to replace her.
    So what other pet would you recommend? I would like to have soundless, low maintenance, cheap, not scary, and low activity pet.

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    Posted on 01:18:04 - 19/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    https://www.amazon.com.au/Pet-Rock-Authentic-Approved-Original/dp/B07KN9FK4B
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    Posted on 02:21:55 - 19/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    From your requirements, and assuming you still have the aquarium, you might try a tortoise.
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    Posted on 23:25:31 - 20/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    DedeSiregar [2430598]

    After since I lost my fish that I owned for like 7 years (she died during covid lock down), I never bought another fish anymore. Just doesn't feel the same and it just feels wrong to replace her.
    So what other pet would you recommend? I would like to have soundless, low maintenance, cheap, not scary, and low activity pet.
    perhaps you can have a snake or a hamster and also use the aquarium as a home for it
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    Posted on 23:52:38 - 20/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    My whole tank of gold fishes war rip when I was a kid. The trauma still persist until now that I never ever wanted to have them as pet anymore. Thinking about it now still made me sad.
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    Posted on 17:49:56 - 24/11/23 (3 months ago)
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    Chameleon. They can change their colours!
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    Posted on 20:08:38 - 28/11/23 (2 months ago)
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    Eileen_McKinsey [2460491]

    From your requirements, and assuming you still have the aquarium, you might try a tortoise.
    Oh I did have tortoise when I was a kid. Thx yeah I will buy another one.

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    Posted on 20:10:40 - 28/11/23 (2 months ago)
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    Yeah no on hamster and chameleon. I really am afraid of many types of animals.

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    Posted on 20:15:10 - 28/11/23 (2 months ago)
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    _Pam_ [2235735]

    My whole tank of gold fishes war rip when I was a kid. The trauma still persist until now that I never ever wanted to have them as pet anymore. Thinking about it now still made me sad.
    Now imagine having a fish you could hand-feed while she was ill. Who would come out of her cave when you got home.

    Mine was black ghost fish. It is the best kind of fish really. Swim vertically like a ballerina. I owned one from she was very tiny to 30-45 cm lol. What a lovely fish.

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    Posted on 22:58:30 - 28/11/23 (2 months ago)
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    _Pam_ [2235735]

    My whole tank of gold fishes war rip when I was a kid. The trauma still persist until now that I never ever wanted to have them as pet anymore. Thinking about it now still made me sad.

    DedeSiregar [2430598]

    Now imagine having a fish you could hand-feed while she was ill. Who would come out of her cave when you got home.

    Mine was black ghost fish. It is the best kind of fish really. Swim vertically like a ballerina. I owned one from she was very tiny to 30-45 cm lol. What a lovely fish.
    May it rip. That was a big fish you had. Tho mine always on the top looking for foods haha
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    Posted on 12:02:34 - 30/11/23 (2 months ago)
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    DedeSiregar [2430598]

    After since I lost my fish that I owned for like 7 years (she died during covid lock down), I never bought another fish anymore. Just doesn't feel the same and it just feels wrong to replace her.
    So what other pet would you recommend? I would like to have soundless, low maintenance, cheap, not scary, and low activity pet.

    Bimbot [3090450]

    perhaps you can have a snake or a hamster and also use the aquarium as a home for it
    Hamsters are nice. I kept mine in a 20 gallon long for a long time. They require a mesh tank topper though as they need the ventilation.
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    Posted on 04:50:04 - 01/12/23 (2 months ago)
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    DedeSiregar [2430598]

    After since I lost my fish that I owned for like 7 years (she died during covid lock down), I never bought another fish anymore. Just doesn't feel the same and it just feels wrong to replace her.
    So what other pet would you recommend? I would like to have soundless, low maintenance, cheap, not scary, and low activity pet.

    Bimbot [3090450]

    perhaps you can have a snake or a hamster and also use the aquarium as a home for it

    Hamster [2636248]

    Hamsters are nice. I kept mine in a 20 gallon long for a long time. They require a mesh tank topper though as they need the ventilation.
    It looks like a mouse. I have phobia for mouse or anything that looks like it. I can't even watch the drawing of a mouse if it's too realistic.

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