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12 Animals That I Will Never Own But Totally Want To

My favorite one is an otter!

12 Animals That I Will Never Own But Totally Want To

1. An otter


By far, my favorite animal is an otter and even though it may be crazy, I want a pair of them so they can hold hands in my house sized pool!

2. A giraffe


Is it just me or are their faces the most adorable things ever!! It's like they're eyes are begging for your attention!

3. A raccoon


My boyfriend brought this one up to me one time but I wouldn't mind having a trash panda scampering around my house, as long as it isn't actually in my trash!

4. A hedgehog


If this little cutie was in my house, I think I would be content with just that! They have adorable faces!

5. A capybara


So this may be the weirdest one! It's so fluffy though, so I'd want to just scratch it!

6. A chipmunk


Okay, just look at this face! Who wouldn't? All I would really have to do is catch one outside!

7. A fox


Uh, it's cute and fluffy! What other reason would you need?

8. A skunk


They neeeeeeed to have the stink sac taken out but I could totally go for a skunk instead of a cat!

9. A donkey


The talking donkey would be a plus but if I ever have a farm, I want a donkey! And I will call him donkey, cause he is my donkey.

Story time; I would drive past this house with this adorable donkey outside and forever wished I had a donkey to be outside my yard. I never have but a girl can dream.

10. A pig


I saw a pig this size at a petting zoo and had a moment contemplating if I could sneak it home with me, I decided against it.

11. A wallaby


It's not a kangaroo, it's more adorable!

12. A chinchilla


Where I live, I can technically own one of these, I just need to convince my parents.

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