That all depends on the pet and what is required for housing, food, enrichment, exercise, and any other possible needs. Another major factor is how much time the pet spends outdoors and if you carefully watch your pet. Cats for example are often let outside where they can kill birds, reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals. If they are not spayed or neutered cats can begin to rapidly populate which causes more environmental damage. Pet waste should also be considered, pets confined to a cage or indoors are easier to clean than pets that have open access to the outdoors where their wastes can enter water sources, attract pests, and cause odors.
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