Where to find a rabbit VET or Spay/Neuter....InformationThe House Rabbit Society recommends Rabbits as pets ONLY for persons 8 and older.
Even then a child should be supervised by an ADULT.
The ASPCA states that Rabbits are physically delicate and fragile, and require specialized veterinary care.
Children and Rabbits - www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/children.html#number
CAUTION: Do NOT keep Guinea Pigs outside in the Texas climate. Guinea pigs can have heatstroke at 85°F and also canNOT tolerate cold.
www.spca.bc.ca/Factsheets/guinea.htm AND www.guinnapiginfo AND www.hsusorggpcare
Printable care sheet: www.guinnalynx.info/pamphlet.pdf
Guinea pigs are social animals, so it is best if they live in PAIRS.
Usually females cohabit well as either siblings or mother-daughter pairs.
Males will sometimes get along but they often do not unless raised together.
Males should NEVER be placed with females under any circumstances even for a short period.
The ASPCA states that young caretakers should ALWAYS be supervised by an adult.
The ASPCA recommends a mouse as a pet ONLY for 'OLDER' children to adults.
They state that mice are fragile and should be treated gently, and children caring for them should ALWAYS be supervised by an adult.