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|Ruslana Hehe nice answer! |
I voted for a rescued one because I think pedigree pets can always find an owner, while homeless are bereft of any love and care. I rescued my cat, Barsik. I would prefer buying a pedigree one only if I greatly desired a certain ...
|Glenda Most people often worry to much about breeds. Sometimes to even to see who has the best. |
And in my opinion that's not the point of having an animal.
|JanNine I'd choose a rescued pet, anyway it should be young so I can train it to have a good behaviour. Sometimes adult pets (dogs for example) are difficult to be trained and if you are not a good trainer they could become a danger for the other people! |
|Punkybrewster I chose a rescued pet as well.|
The two girls I've got, I rescued from a friend who ran a pet store and someone found and gave them to him, and the pure breed male, I bought. Weighing it out, the girls are a lot easier to take care of and are ill a ...
|Ruslana I think girls are easier to take care of in any case, and it's applicable to humans as well!  lol|
Wow I didn't know you rescued the girls! [Ye] But do you mean that Gizmo is ill oftener than them? And that it's more dificult to take care of him?
|Tiara My very first cat ( a common domestic ) was rescued.I just didn't have the heart to see her meowing aimlessly without food and shelter. She was spayed after delivering two kittens.Now I have six including one which I rescued late last year.|
I have ...