/r/littlebuddies

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For all small pet owners: Feel free to show off your little buddy in all their glory. Discuss, submit photos, videos and all other reddit greatness!

Welcome

This is /r/Littlebuddies, the central meeting point for your small pets! Feel free to post pictures/videos, ask questions, share stories, discuss care and generally show off your pets.

You can ask advice on products or healthcare but keep in mind this is a general small pet subreddit. We recommend you cross post into your pets specific sub for any important questions such as health concerns. We have a list of partnered species subs we recommend here.


Posting guidelines

  • No large animals such as Dogs, Cats or Horses (not limited to!).
  • No 'Nope' or 'Kill it with fire' content/comments.
  • No harassment/disrespectful comments.
  • No advertising.
  • NSFW tag should be used for any content that might be distressing such as pet medical condition awareness.
  • No 'adult' material (you know what that means).

For full rules please CLICK HERE.


Small Pet decision guide

Want to get a small pet not but sure what you want? CLICK HERE


Partnered Subreddits:

CLICK HERE!

This is a catalog of species specific subreddits to support you and your little buddy. I highly recommend you visit these communities, show off your pets and get involved in knowledge sharing.

If you have any suggestions for the list then simply message the moderators.


Flaired Users:

  • Purple - Moderators
  • Teal - Featured Pet Winner
  • Silver - Popular Contributor
  • Other - Species Expert

For a full breakdown of what the flairs represent and who currently has been awarded them, please CLICK HERE.

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Beautiful slow Motion Duck takes a Dive!

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2024/04/29
21:31 UTC

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Rats that need your help!!

Hello! I’m with the Medina County SPCA in Ohio. A few weeks ago, and I believe someone shared the news story in this group, our shelter took in over 200 rats from a hoarding situation. They’ve been through a lot, but these guy are fighters!! We have been doing appointments for adoptions as they’ve become available but starting next week we’re opening up to walk-ins (during adoption hours). We have males and females of all different ages from pinkies to seniors. These rats can only be adopted as PETS. So if you have room in your heart and in your home, please consider adopting these guys. It would make such a difference in their lives to live and retire in safe, loving conditions which they did not know before.

We have a condition for adoption that if you only adopt one, you must have proof of owning other rats at home, or you can adopt a couple at a time.

The rats were all intermixed in their previous home so naturally we’ve had a lot of pregnancies. Because we cannot say for sure if female rats that are adopted are or aren’t pregnant, we’ve made a contract that states that if you can foster until the babies are able to be weaned we will take them back at 5 weeks and adopt them out. You have the right to keep the babies of course but to try and reduce overpopulation and unwanted pregnancies, this was the best we could come up with.

Please consider these sweet squeaks!!

0 Comments
2024/04/27
04:18 UTC

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Boy is Getting Ready for a Hot Summer Swim!

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2024/04/17
21:18 UTC

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Is a cage like this appropriate for any animal?

I've had this cage that sits on top of a tank for years but never kept anything in it. I was wondering if it is appropriate for any kind of little critter or if I should just get rid of it. I'm moving to a new place soon and was thinking about getting a pet but I want to make sure they're safe and happy. Any feedback is appreciated!

(Also ignore my carpet; I vacuumed right after I took this picture)

5 Comments
2024/04/04
23:43 UTC

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Duck Chills at The Field, Dives for a Quick Swim Later!

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2024/03/20
22:12 UTC

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New Mouse Mom

Hi! I recently got a female mouse. She is adjusting to her new enclosure and environment but, I was curious if my alarm to wake up in the morning would startle her. As well as any tips to help her get used to me being her owner.

2 Comments
2024/03/11
01:13 UTC

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Duck's Slow Motion After Bath Routine!

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2024/03/05
22:16 UTC

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Duck's Splashy Swim!

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2024/02/08
22:17 UTC

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