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When I was 4, I was very lucky to hold a bush baby in South Africa. I would love a bush baby as a pet and would take good care of it. We have something in common, we both love fruit and yoghurt. They are quite small and very fluffy with squishy round fingernails. I would take it everywhere with me. I love animals and have had bunnies, dogs, and tortoises as pets but unfortunately, I had to leave them in South Africa with friends when we moved to Australia.
Ethan Turner (6 to 8)
I would have a grizzly bear because it can chase all the wolves and it can protect our family and farm. I will tame it and it will be a nice and protective grizzly. I will take care of him by feeding him, watering him, and checking him like we check our steers. I will take him on walks and tuck him into bed at night. He will have his own blanket and pillow and his name would be Grizzly.
Conrad Wilbur, United States (15 to 17)
Nolan Wilbur, United States (15 to 17)
Brady Myers, United States (9 to 11)
My name is Brady Myers and my choice in pets would be a golden retriever. I choose a golden retriever because they are very active and snugly. I would play fetch with her every day, let her sleep in my bed, and feed her good nutritious food.
Sydney Day, United States (12 to 14)
If I could have any animal in the whole world as a pet, I would pick to have a sugar glider. It would be fun to watch it glide around, and it would be a new experience to take care of it. The sugar glider would have its own room in the basement, because they like to be cool, and they don’t like direct sunlight. I would put perches all over the habitat, and feed it fruits, veggies, and the occasional meat. I would also get two sugar gliders, because they are very social animals, and they will always need a friend! In conclusion, if I could get any pet in the word, I would get two sugar gliders.
Aidan Issler (6 to 8)
If I could get any pet in the world I would get a dog. A dog would make a good friend. If you are lonely a dog is with you and you can play with them. I love dogs because they make good friends. I have never had a dog but would love to have one. I help my brothers take care of their 4H animals (rabbits and pigs) so I think I would be good at taking care of a dog.
I would take care of the dog by feeding him when I eat. I would play catch with the dog for exercise. I would give my dog love by hugging and petting it. A dog would be fun to take care of.
Hayden Desserich (15 to 17)
I would own a pet sloth, they are cute, friendly, and not in any rush to go anywhere anytime, kind of like me. If I had one of those little critters it would go everywhere with me. I’d put a hammock in the back of my car for him, and maybe a little snack bar back there for him too? I’d probably give him his own room in the house with a sloth jungle gym for him to climb around on and put a little tv so he can watch sloth documentaries on tv when I’m not hanging out with him. I’d make sure to train him to do things like come to his name, which would be Sid of course. I’d probably get him a stuffed wooly mammoth to hang out with as well or a real one if I can track one down.
Clark Wilbur, United States (12 to 14)
Olivia Tschetter (9 to 11)
If I could have any pet in the world it would be another bunny. I would feed it rabbit pellets and alfalfa. I have a cage already and a heated place to keep it warm in the winter. I have a food dish and water bottle for it. I would let it run around in a caged area and give it a lot of hugs and attention. I would play with it and take it for walks. I would give it some toys to play with.
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