Particularly freshwater fish like Bettas or Goldfish. They require a suitable tank, clean water, and regular feeding, but don't need daily interaction.
While they need a proper tank setup and diet, turtles generally require less daily care than other pets.
Certain types of snakes, like corn snakes or ball pythons, are low maintenance. They require feeding only once a week or so and minimal handling.
Small and self-sufficient, hamsters need a clean cage, food, and water, but they're mostly nocturnal and don't require much interaction.
They are easy to care for, needing only a clean cage, food, water, and some playtime. They're sociable but not as demanding as dogs or cats.
Not for everyone, but tarantulas are low maintenance. They need a terrarium with the right humidity, and they eat insects every couple of weeks.
Small birds like canaries or budgerigars don't require the social interaction that parrots do. They need a clean cage, fresh water, and bird food.
Although they need a spacious cage and daily feeding, rabbits are relatively low maintenance and can be litter trained.