I'm asking because I'm pregnant but we also have a lot of animals. We live with his parents who have not really a farm but more mansion with a lot of land. A few years we build 2 barns and now we're pretty much taking in animals that no one else would want because they are old or have been abused.
Currently we have 4 horses, 2 donkeys, 2 cows, 8 chickens, 6 rabbits and 4 dogs as well as 2 cats that stay in the house with us.
My friend said that when we have children and they're in school they'll get make fun of because having many animals has a negative stigma.
I certainley see her point. I talked to my husband and we wouldn't give away any of the animals we have but we would think twice before adopting new ones, when some die.
I just wanted to hear some other opininons.
I think we both have above average paying jobs and we have a lot of volunteers so even with children we'd still have more than enough money to buy them what they need
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I don't. I'm envious, actually. I love animals. I don't think your children will be made fun of because you're not replacing human company with animals. It's different.
Now, if you lived alone and you had a bunch of cats, that would be a different animal, so to speak. :)0