Many parents allow their children to have pets because pets are great companions for anyone. Taking care of pets is also one of the best ways to teach your children the meaning of responsibility (and irresponsibility – like the death of the pet).
Pets can do wonders for lonely people.
But even though there are lots of benefits to keeping a pet, there are often some issues too. For example, there are lots of people with allergies to the most common types of pets – dogs and cats. And there are also apartment buildings and flats where pets are not allowed.
What if you could find an alternative, hypoallergenic, and inconspicuous pet to keep? Maybe something easy to care for, very “loving”, and great for kids as well…
Say no more! Introducing the Sexed Pair Of Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches.
As pets, these cockroaches are much easier to care for than a dog or cat. There is no need for regular vet visits, unwilling baths, or exercise and walks for these cockroaches.
They are also relatively inexpensive pets to keep because they can eat almost anything. So no need to go out of your way to balance their diets and buy supplements and treats. Remember, they’re cockroaches! They will happily eat your leftovers, some bread, or even fruits. All you need is to provide them with a home with plenty of room to crawl and with a good temperature.
As you may know, Cockroaches are some of the hardiest and most resilient creatures in existence. They can achieve many impressive survival feats like: holding their breaths for 40 minutes, surviving without their heads for up to one week, etc. However, these Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches will probably die if you keep them in a place with a temperature below 36 °F and above 85 °F (or below 2.22 °C and above 29.44 °C).
The Sexed Pair of Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches are not tiny nymphs. They are actually grown adults about 3 inches long. They have a pretty coloring and their legs feel like feathers when they’re crawling on your skin. They are also pretty silent pets. If you get these cockroaches, there will be no loud barks that disturb people in the neighborhood. They only hiss when disturbed or when the males are competing for female attention.
Since they come as female and male adults, the paired cockroaches will be ready to breed after they’re settled into their new home. And once the breeding starts, you’re sure to get more and more cockroaches to care for! Just make sure you’re ready for that.