Mine was a llama. I raised him from a cria, although I didn't work with him too much as a youngster because of the berserker syndrome common among baby male crias (where they bond with humans too closely, then can hurt them by affectionately JUMPING on them). I trained him many commands, and he loved marching in parades, posing for pictures with children, and competing in the costume events at the county fair. Here's a pic of him dressed up for the Fourth of July. His name was Kuzco. He used to nuzzle me, and rest his chin on my shoulder. I could take him for walks just like a dog. He was quite a bit taller than me, and weighed over 350 lbs. Not a little thing! But he could fold himself up to ride inside a van for trips to the vet. Llamas make nice pets, people! And they eat your grass, but don't kill it.
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I suppose the most odd pet was my hermit crabs. I liked taking care of them, but they are a lot of work! For those who don't know hermit crabs require specific living conditions and if you don't meet those conditions they are easy to kill. I could not keep the humidity in their tank correct and so they ended up dying on me. Every time our weather changed the humidity in the tank changed and it was just too much for them.
Here's a few pictures though.
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