Having a pet is a great way to make your apartment feel like a home. When you bring home your new pet, it’s like a cute little addition to the family. Here are five great pets for an apartment.
The cutest of all rodents, the guinea pig is a plump, furry little ball of sweetness. When checking out apartments for rent, make sure they allow caged animals at least, just for the sake of having a guinea pig. Listen to their wheeking and fall in love—yes, at first wheek.
The most sedate pets of all, fish are great for just gazing at. The best part is when you feed them and they all scramble for the surface. Well, maybe fish can’t scramble, but they certainly hustle it on up there to get their share of the tasty morsels.
A frog is a simple creature. He sits on a lilly pad ribbiting, hoping to attract a mate with his song. Then he eats some flies. It’s not a complicated life, but it suits him just fine.
Turtles and their land loving cousins the tortoises like to travel, albeit slowly. Some say that the turtle has a mating ground that they are all trying to reach, which is why they will so doggedly keep struggling against the confines of their enclosures.
Snakes are great creatures if you have a rodent problem. They also have the uncanny ability to hang out, and then suddenly drop in. All puns aside, snakes are great creatures to have around and easy pets to take care of—they stay in their cages for the most part.