See how much you know about the unconventional animals people keep as pets in this quiz. Exotic pets are usually wild animals caught while young and include jaguars, alligators, ocelots, monkeys, apes, and kinkajous. Throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth-century pet keeping in the modern sense gradually became accepted throughout Britain. Initially, aristocrats kept dogs for both companionship and hunting. By the nineteenth century, the rise of the middle class stimulated the development of pet keeping and it became inscribed within the bourgeois culture. If you become separated from your pet during an emergency, a picture of you and your pet together will help you document ownership and allow others to assist you in identifying your pet.
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- This means that rescuers are often very familiar with a pet’s personality and can help advise you on