Fish, particularly certain species like bettas or goldfish, can be relatively low maintenance. A well-maintained aquarium with appropriate filtration and regular water changes can provide a serene and visually appealing addition to your space.
These small crustaceans are low maintenance and can be kept in a tank with proper humidity and temperature levels. They're fascinating to observe and don't require much attention beyond ensuring they have a suitable environment and food.
Guinea pigs are social, gentle rodents that are relatively low maintenance compared to some other small mammals. They need a spacious cage, fresh water, hay, vegetables, and pellets, along with some social interaction.
Rabbits can be low maintenance if provided with a suitable living environment. They require a clean hutch or indoor space, fresh water, hay, vegetables, and rabbit pellets. Social interaction and occasional grooming are also necessary.
Cats are independent creatures and can be low maintenance pets, especially if they're primarily indoors. They require a litter box, food, water, regular veterinary care, and some playtime or attention.
These reptiles are relatively easy to care for. They require a tank with proper heat and humidity, a diet of insects, and a hideout. They are generally docile and don't need a lot of social interaction.
Budgies, or parakeets, are small and relatively low maintenance birds. They need a cage with toys, fresh water, seeds or pellets, and occasional social interaction. They can be quite interactive and entertaining.
Some snake species, like corn snakes or ball pythons, can be low maintenance if their habitat is set up correctly with appropriate heating, humidity, and hiding spots. They primarily require periodic feeding and monitoring of their environment.