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Posted by John Fasoldt on 11:52:03 6/17/2013 from 71.188.49.157:

In reply to: Squirrel domestication posted by serina squagnut on 10:34:16 6/17/2013 from 173.84.246.167:

Not that I know of... However, if you get them young enough, any one of them will be ok until they get to be adults. You would have to neuter them otherwise they get pretty rambunctious and chew on EVERYTHING!

A better small pet would be a white rat. They don't bite, are easy to care for and become attached to anyone that regularly feeds them.

My daughter had one when she was a little girl. "Bernie" lived for 5 years, would jump up and down in his cage whenever my daughter entered the room, begging to be carried around. He loved it.

---John



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