I only have a cat now. (5-6 years old.) Since my roommate moved in with his bride-to-be. (Who themselves have three big ass turtles and four cats.) But while living with my parents we had over such time...two dogs, multiple parakeets/parrot, a lot of guppies, three turtles, six cats, three injured young squirrels that we nurtured to back to health. (that ignores that dozen or so other cats that came by, that we had in our home at one time for various reasons.)
They only have one doggo, and three cats now.(and a turtle that they aren't properly taking good care of that I want them to reach out to a pet store already.)
If I had a bigger home and enough money and my cat wouldn't kill it the moment it came across it. I'd totally get a ferret. (maybe a Snek, if I could find ones as chill as the ones we had back at the school I went to, caring for animals.)
Mr. Tumnus (left) is half-Pomeranian, half-toy poodle, is turning 11 in September, and he acts like an old man sometimes (certainly grumbles like one ). He used to be mostly a copper color but he's turned white over the years. Bella (right) is an AKC-certified purebred Pom, and just turned 11. She's a rescue dog, and she doesn't warm up to me even though we've had her since she was maybe two years old. She's shy and skittish, but she also doesn't have a single violent bone in her body. She's so sweet, and something of a tsundere. I'm not making that up. When everyone else is around she avoids me, but when everyone else is gone she comes to me for attention.
Whilst I don't have any pets right now, I've had several in the past. For dogs, I've had a Schnauzer and an Aussie Shepard-Black Lab mix. I'm not sure what breed our three cats were, but one of them somehow managed to get pregnant (from I assume an outdoor stray), so we had kittens for awhile. I've also had numerous Betas and other fish, along with various frogs. Along with gerbils, I've also kept toads, a lizard, and even worms as pets. If you want to count it, I've also raised mealworms too. Some of you might remember raising them in those little film canisters.
Additionally, you could include my grandparents' pets in that total, seeing as I've spent a heavy chunk of my life at their house. My grandparents had four Siberian huskies that I grew up with, and later two yorkies that I also would grow up with (possibly part Shih Tzu as believed), although sadly one had died not long ago from old age. They also have three cats, yet they had gotten one of those three later to replace my grandfather's cat that they had received in the original trio. I forgot what exactly had happened, but it had some terminal illness or something that would've put the cat through a lot of suffering, so they put it down.