Only True Animal Lovers Can Get 100% On This Quiz

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Consider yourself an animal lover, do you? Perhaps you go to sleep with a warm ball of fluff snug around your feet? If you move does this fluff ball growl at you? Or do you have a purring kitten kneading at you tummy?

A true animal lover more than likely has a herd of animals themselves. From dogs, to cats and even birds. Maybe even a horse or two if you are really lucky.  Ideally, an animal lover would want to live on a farm where they can keep as many animals safe and as happy as possible.

Or maybe you have a tattoo of a pawprint stretched across your arm? You know you are an animal lover when greeting your dog is priority, and your spouse is acknowledged later.

Let's face it though, life without animals would be boring. Who would be there to play fetch all day, and who would chew your boots? There wouldn't be any litter boxes to empty or poop to step past. There would be no warm snuggles. We can all agree that the world is a better place with these creatures around.

Take this quiz to find out if you are a true animal lover.

 

1Do you know what a baby bunny is called?

Bunnies or rabbits are cute little balls of fluff. White bunnies can be mistaken for candyfloss or very low lying clouds. They come in different sizes and colours. They are quiet, peaceful and keep themselves entertained without much effort. A female bunny is known as a doe, and a male bunny is known as a buck. Yes, it's odd because the deer family have similar names...Nonetheless, who are we to question the names used. Do you know what a baby bunny is called?

2What is the average life span of a cat in the wild?

They say most cats have nine lives. Cats that have been domesticated and sleep warm and snug in your bed can probably live for a good 15 years. Cats in the wild have many dangers that they need to face on a daily basis. Food doesn't get put out in a plate, they fight for warmth and don't have anyone to pet and love them. These poor cats have to fight for survival from the day they are born. What is the average life span of a cat in the wild?

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