How to Give Someone a "Microscopic Pet" for a Gift
Perhaps a family member fancies a flying bison (from Avatar the Last Airbender) for their birthday. Or maybe they'd love a pet but there's not room in the house. With this quirky gift idea, you can give them a microscopic pet that doesn't require feeding or space but still shows that you care. It can be any kind of animal you want, because it's microscopic!
Making the Adoption Certificate
Make a certificate on a word processor.Open a new document. Make it landscape (the long way) or portrait (the tall way) but landscape looks better.
Switch to a fancy and large font, and click the button that makes the lines centered on the page.On the top, write "Microscopic Pet Adoption Certificate".
Add the certification information.On the next few lines, write this, spaced however you want: This certifies that _________(person you are giving it to) has adopted a microscopic pet _______(type of pet) on the date of ___/____/20___.
Add in more details.On the next few lines, write the following, with a blank space (____) after each: Pet's name, Weight, Length, Owner's signature, Breeder's signature.
Fill in the blanks for weight and length with very very small numbers.Leave blanks for pet's name, owner's signature, and breeder's signature blank. Then fill in the spaces you made earlier.
Print it out.On the space that says Breeder's Signature, sign your name. Then get a fancy frame to put the certificate in.
Making the "Pet's" Habitat
Get a small jar.Depending on the type of pet, fill the bottom with a bedding like soil or sand.
- If it's soil, you can place some tiny plants in there. A 1-inch tall plant to us is like a California Redwood tree to the microscopic pet. So moss is probably the best choice.
Add water.If you want to add a pond, get a bottle cap and dig a hole in the bedding big enough to put the bottle cap in without any parts sticking out. Do that, and use a dropper to fill the bottle cap with water.
Leave the jar uncovered for one day to "attract" the microscopic pet.
Give the gift.Give the jar and the certificate. Tell the lucky recipient that all the care it needs is to water the moss (if you added any) and refill the pond.
QuestionCan I actually put a small animal like a slater or a slug as a microscopic pet?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, this is not recommended. You need to realize that microscopic is typically defined as being invisible to the naked eye. Slugs simply do not meet this requirement, nor do slaters.Thanks!
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