Low maintenance animals

Hello pet lovers,

I actually need a pet that is low maintenance, do they really exist? Any help!

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I feel like Lop Rabbits are the best low-maintenance pets to keep. The initial costs of setting their pen are the only expensive details you will encounter. But generally cheap. Maintaining a Lop rabbit will cost up to $2 per week.

You can check the expenses associated with keeping one here

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Freshwater fish like bettas or guppies are relatively low-maintenance. Ensure you have a proper tank with a filter and heater. Regular water changes and feeding are essential.

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Not that easy because Initial setup can be costly, regular tank cleaning required mostly.

Yes, low-maintenance pets do exist! If you’re looking for a pet that doesn’t require a lot of time, effort, or space, consider options like fish, which need a properly maintained tank and regular feeding; hamsters, which require a cage with bedding, a wheel for exercise, and regular feeding; or leopard geckos, which need a heated tank and minimal handling. Guinea pigs, while needing a larger cage and fresh vegetables, are generally easy to care for and affectionate. Budgies are small birds that need a cage, regular feeding, and some toys for stimulation, and they can be social with minimal handling. Cats, though they require feeding and litter box cleaning, are independent and self-grooming, with some breeds being particularly low-maintenance. Even low-maintenance pets require a commitment to their care and well-being, so ensure you can meet their needs before bringing any pet into your home.