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So I'm a small business owner and we're making the move from a two-man company towards hiring people and getting office space.
I'm looking for ideas for an office pet. Cats, dogs, and anything furry to which people are/can be allergic are out. We want an animal that'll generally leave employees alone while still being a morale boost and unifying force.
So far I have:
Big, sociable lizard that can free range throughout the office if its enclosure is adequate. I figure anyone we hire, we can take some underarm from a shirt and leave that smell in its hide/enclosure to familiarize it with people.
>Chameleon free range
Set up a window and wall with plants, a feeder (yes, you can keep a feeder full of dubia roaches that won't escape), UV lights, misters, etc. Just let something like a Panther chameleon chill. I'm worried that leaving it in a break room would lead to problems and maybe stress it out too much.
>Blue tongued skink
It'd mostly chill in its enclosure but they're easygoing and calm lizards. It'd be less interactive but still there.
Any other ideas?
>This is not our permanent office by a long shot, we have plans for a permanent office but this is just space we're renting
>Fish would be hard to move to new office space, at least if we did fish right
>There is going to be one animal up front but it's strictly a display animal. Our company's named after it, but it just isn't very sociable or appropriate for an office pet - pic related
Weird animal thoughts you had as a kid
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When i was a child, i liked frogs so much i wanted to become one as an adult. Then one day i was at my father's house, and my aunt asked about what i wanted to be when i grew up, and i answered "a frog", as always, but she said that i couldn't be a frog but i could be a vet to take care of frogs. I almost cried that day.