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post #1 of 75 (permalink) Old 07-10-2012, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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Fennec fox

Would you ever buy one?
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post #2 of 75 (permalink) Old 07-10-2012, 06:11 PM
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Never.

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They're really sensitive and delicate animals..
Fish are wild animals...
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They're really sensitive and delicate animals..
Fish are wild animals...
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Fish can't rip your face off and according to this forum are quite happy to live in a small area.
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The most exotic thing I would ever buy is a sugar glider

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A dog can rip your face off.
That fennec fox is the size of a cat. A cat can rip your face off.
A horse can do a ton of damage.
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A betta can bite your finger lol

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A dog can rip your face off.
That fennec fox is the size of a cat. A cat can rip your face off.
A horse can do a ton of damage.
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So you would buy a fennec fox Olympia? How about a chimp or a white tiger?
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I'm 17, I can't take care of a foxie. They really are high commitment. Good for people who don't mind an animal that will never be properly litter box trained, I would never be able to handle it. But some people can.
But I do love my python.
A fennec fox can be properly cared for in a house- like a betta in a tank, persay? ;)
A chimp or tiger cannot be cared for properly by anyone- they have complex needs that can't be properly fulfilled in a cage.
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Ive wanted one of those for a really long time, however wouldnt buy one unless i knew i had the time and money to provide for all its needs. Ive done a lot of research on them, and the cost of their needs adds up easily to a couple thousand. Not that that is a problem for me, but im not against people having wild animals providing that they are educated enough to care for them properly

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