So, You Think You Want a Pet?

October 2014
Kiki Magazine;Oct/Nov2014, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p46
The article offers suggestions on taking care of pets. Topics discussed include knowing about pets and their needs such as fish need clean water, try to mesh yours with pet you choose with your personality, check with shelters, bird rehabilitation centers and animal rescue societies to see if they need volunteers, talk to your pets and clean or bathe them and work with your parents to ensure that your pet gets medical check-ups and any necessary shots.


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