I have 24 chickens. 2 older (and my older I just mean older than the younger chicks) buff Orpington pullets, 2 cream legbar pullets, 2 cream legbar cockerels... and then 18 almost-4-week old chicks which includes; 8 buff Orpington pullets, and 10 New Hampshire reds (I think 2 are cockerels. Possibly 3).Hey guys, I was looking at some old threads the other day, and stumbled upon @chickenmama109 ‘s thread “How many animals do you have” and thought “Huh, I wonder how many animals people keep that are considered pets to them!” So, just for fun, I though I would make this thread!
The question: How Many Animals Do You Keep That Are Considered Pets To You?
Other questions you can answer (but don’t have to):
How many animals do you have? (props to @chickenmama109)
What animals do you have?
How many pets do you have?
What percent/fraction of your animals do you count as pets?
And any other question you want!
Thanks, & I need more coops, but my grandpa is stubborn .
That’s a lot! And I bet your daughter’s rock is a very friendly and well-behaved pet2 horses - both unwanted rescues, 1 is a gelding that follows me like a puppy dog, the other is a spoiled rotten mare that is a daddy's girl. Rofl
1 dog - shepherd / aussie mix, getting up there in his years.
1 cat - part Maine coon, part tabby and always my bedtime snuggler.
9 cockerels of various ages (trying to find homes for a bunch of them, hubby said we can only keep 3) and 11 pullets of various ages.
1 pet rock - it sits on my kitchen window sill, my daughter made it in kindergarten as a mother's day present and it's been with me ever since.
They are all my babies and I love each one dearly.
That is a lot! That’s really cool that you’re able to raise so many at a time!We currently have 35 chickens and 29 rabbits for a total of 64 non pets. 67 once you count the dogs. At least half of those are chicks or baby rabbits with no names or role yet.
We have a lot right now. It will go down.
Wow! That sure is a variety! That’s awesome!I have 24 chickens. 2 older (and my older I just mean older than the younger chicks) buff Orpington pullets, 2 cream legbar pullets, 2 cream legbar cockerels... and then 18 almost-4-week old chicks which includes; 8 buff Orpington pullets, and 10 New Hampshire reds (I think 2 are cockerels. Possibly 3).
7 call ducks.
A silly rabbit!
2 Hermit Crabs.
3 Betta Fish.
All of mine are pets.
That’s exactly what I thought at first but then they stole my heartThree cats whom are pets--Piper, Sabrina, and Greta. I also have a new flock of five hens--Rhaega, Olive, Cricket, Gigi and Fleur. I don't quite think of the hens as pets yet, but more of a hobby/project. I'm guessing that will evolve.