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Old January 9th, 2013, 05:10 PM
Luccistar Luccistar is offline
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Originally Posted by Barkingdog View Post
I think it wrong to keep wild animals as pets. I am not sure why anyone would want a fox for a pet. I feel if a person really loves foxes they would want the animal to live in nature as a fox was meant to do and not in a house or a cage.
That's your own opinion. Remember at one point, dogs were wild animals that we started keeping. And how about snakes, chinchillas, ferrets, servals kept as pets? They too, had wild ancestors... Kai's ancestors have first been domesticated around 120 years ago, so he is a domestic animal. He acts like a cat/dog with a spoiled baby attitude, never been aggressive. And he couldn't survive in the wild, he does not have his dominant wild instincts anymore. And Kai isn't kept in a cage, he has the whole back yard (which is pretty big) to run around in, and I walk with him around 5 hours/day
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