Most LOVING Pets In The World
- Published on Jul 16, 2019
- Our pets play such an important part of our lives and many people love them as fiercely as they would their own children, me included. It’s an incredible feeling coming home and your dog or cat is so thrilled to see you, or when you’re feeling low and you need a cuddle and your pet is more than happy to oblige. Let’s have a look at some of the most affectionate pets in the world.
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5 - Ferrets
Think of Jennifer Aniston and the movie Along Came Polly… you must wonder how many people started looking out for a pet ferret after that. They make for quite interesting pets and you’ll have to be rather chatty with strangers when they ask you a million questions! These animals are cute, friendly, social, affectionate, curious, intelligent and quiet and can be litter-trained! They’re easy to exercise and have their own distinct little personalities. It’s hard work looking after a ferret. They need between 2 and 4 meals a day and you’ll need to ferret-proof your home.
4 - Chinchillas
These soft creatures are famous for their beautiful pelts. You will not want to stop running your fingers through it! They’re great pets for apartment living and can live up to 10-years! The biggest pro in getting a chinchilla is that they have no odour! They are not physically affectionate but do have other ways of showing their approval of their human owners. There are a few cons to owning one. Some can grow quite large, making handling an issue. They need special dust baths twice a week, which is time-consuming and messy plus they do better with a friend, so you’ll have your hands full with two chinchillas running around!
3 - Hamsters and Gerbils
Hamsters and gerbils are often overlooked when you think of an affectionate pet, but they absolutely love interacting with their humans. They do have preferences though, so don’t be surprised if you get bitten but your BFF has no problem snuggling closer to your pet hamster. Although it’s not clear whether they love us or not, the fact that they prefer some people over other is some kind of indication that they feel something, right?
2 - Sugar gliders
Often called “pocket pets” sugar gliders make for a truly unique pet. They have soft grey fur and a black dorsal stripe. Many believe they should not be kept as a pet because they haven’t been domesticated in the same way cats and dogs have. If treated properly, they can make amazing pets. Sugar gliders are loyal and playful and very affectionate. They do need a lot of time out of their cage to glide freely, and you must set aside a serious amount of time and commitment to them. They show affection by snuggling, licking, rubbing against you, following you around, playing games and allowing you the chance to rub their bellies!