Fish: Fish are low-maintenance and don't require daily interaction. A well-established aquarium with a reliable feeder can be a good option.
Cats: Cats are generally more independent than dogs and can be left alone for longer periods. Ensure they have enough food.
Small Rodents: Small rodents are relatively low-maintenance and can be left alone with sufficient food and water for short trips.
Reptiles: Reptiles can be good options for travelers as they don't require daily attention. Ensure their habitats are well set up with proper heating and lighting.
Birds (Budgies, Finches): Small birds are social but can manage short periods alone with proper food and water. T
Guinea Pigs: Guinea pigs are social animals but can be left alone for a day or two with enough food, water, and a clean living space.
Rabbits: Rabbits can be litter trained and left alone for short durations. However, they do benefit from social interaction.
Hermit Crabs: Hermit crabs are low-maintenance and can be left alone for a few days. They require a properly set up tank with adequate humidity.
Frogs: Certain species of frogs are low-maintenance and can be left alone with a well-established and maintained habitat.
Insects: Insects can be fascinating pets and are generally low-maintenance. Ensure their enclosures are secure and their specific needs are met.