Ugh! That's the kind of thing I only want to see at the zoo. I certainly would never want one crawling down my arm. Besides, my idea of a pet is something that is capable of showing affection. I don't think this meets that criteria.
I think that is Ethmostigmus rubripes, but since there are thousands of species I could be wrong.
"venom granules are concentrated in intracellular secretory granules, from which they are discharged into vacuoles in the cytoplasm of the secretory cells and thereafter by exocytosis into the lumen of the gland. A venom duct carries venom to the venom claw, which introduces it into prey via a subterminal pore on the outer curvature of the claw. Pits containing pegs, presumed to be sensory, are concentrated near grooves leading to a cutting ridge proximal to the point of the claw. The venom is toxic both to mammals and insects. A bite from the Giant Centipede may cause severe pain that could persist for several days. However, no deaths have been recorded."
- From The National Center for Biotechnology Information.
Then its brothers, sisters and cousins will visit you while you are peacfully dreaming of fluffy bunnies. You'll need a lightsaber to kill it. That centipede reminds me of the critters Zam Wessel, the female assassin and shape shifter, let into Padme's room at night. I'm a geek!