They chew holes in clothing and urinate in roommates clothing.
And then you have to catch them ... and they DO NOT LIKE being recaptured.
I was SHOCKED! Shocked, I tell you ... their teeth are like razors. Scalpels.
And they are as fast as lightning! Man, when they bite, ... ZAP and there is blood and its yours.
And then you have to pay for the dry cleaning bills and the replacement of the roommate's clothing.
Wait until you can afford a Saint Bernard.
Or a horse.
Miniature horses are nice.
Once had a male rodent and a female rodent simultaneously escape from two different cages and they met and we just happened to observe them ... ummm ... copulating ... which resulted in a large litter of babies shortly thereafter.
If you do get a bunny, keep it outside in a hutch. With wire screening underneath for the poo to drop down out of.
Had gerbils and hamsters, mice, rats, cats, bunnies, dogs, you name it.
Maybe get a chicken, 'cause you can eat it later on.
Had cute little chicks as pets ... they get uncute really quickly. And attack one another. Canibalization is real.
There is a thread around here about ferrets ... ate the fingers off of a baby. The baby lost seven fingers.
Human fingers do not grow back.
Then there was the snake that tried to eat a baby; snake was unsuccessful, but the baby did die. There is another thread here on the snake thing.
Snakes do eat spiders.
They just lay there with their mouths open and the spiders walk inside and the snake just swallows and gets fat.
My first pet was a grasshopper. Kept him in a mayonnaise jar. Fed him canteloupe.
They shed their skeletons. I still have "Hoppy's" skeleton that he shed.
Maybe a cow. But cows get heavy and when they turn their head, they can accidently knock you over and you could break a shoulder.
Or a pig. But pigs will actually eat people.
Best friend had a malamute; dog JUST LOVED to run. Could leap the tallest fence and folks would find him MILES away. Just loved to run. Friendliest poochie in the world. But he loved to run. Loved even more plunging into ANY body of water. Any mud hole or mud puddle. And run, run, run. And they love their owners and jump all over you.