My Dream Pet

My Dream Pet by Ronnie age 13

I have always wanted a dream pet which was created by my own imagination. This is why I jumped at the chance to have my own dream pet made into a real plushie.

KidsChaos-PetPlan-Lizard-photo-in-Olive-TreeMy dream pet would always have to be some sort of a colour changing reptile or a chameleon. I have always loved chameleons because of their ability to change colour to suit their surroundings or environment which they are in.

It would sleep and live somewhere warm and comfortable because I would think that if I designed an animal, it would like to be in comfort wherever it can.

My dream pet would eat foods which are high in protein and carbs as it would be roaming free for most of its life and would need the energy to keep it healthy.

The creature would be intelligent enough to understand basic tasks and to know right from wrong to a certain extent, however, this animal is not a human so it cannot communicate with speech.

The dream pet would not need to have a collar or a lead to take on walks because the creature would be capable of finding its way back wherever it is. It would not need to be taken on walks either as it takes itself around without help from its owner (me).

KidsChaos-PetPlan-Lizard-photo-with-pencilsOf course there is no need to get a pet anymore as we are currently happy with our young cat kipper.

You may well know that Mum finally caved in and we got a cat earlier this year who she’s sensibly covered with Pet Insurance from Petplan, but we do still like the idea of an exotic pet too. Maybe a stick insect or a lizard? Anyway delighted we had a go at drawing our dream pet, and Mum had them made into soft toys and awwww we love them!

This post has been possible thanks to Petplan, but all thoughts are my own.

Follow my mum @incredibusy over on twitter, insta, pinterest and facebook too….x

8 Comments

    1. Ali Clifford Author

      It was a team effort, I’ll be honest, 15yo drew this one, and 13yo coloured it in, don’t tell him I told you x

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    1. Ali Clifford Author

      Ah you see, the apples don’t fall far from the tree Sarah – my art school days may well be a long way behind me, but I have trained my boys well! x

      Reply

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