Moving - can I take my turtle with me to China?

Re: Moving - can I take my turtle with me to China?

Postby antarcticbeech » 29 Jun 2012, 03:10

Um, so, will it fit?
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Re: Moving - can I take my turtle with me to China?

Postby urodacus » 29 Jun 2012, 07:00

Mr Beech, when you said 'shell', you meant 'helmet' didn't you?
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Re: Moving - can I take my turtle with me to China?

Postby omerojs » 12 Jul 2012, 13:05

I would say ... well you are probably gone by now, but in any case... leave it in Taiwan... and DONT BUY another one... unless you settle in a country for the rest of your life.. turtles tend to live many years, and its true that they wont care much who the owner is, but those turtles that are jumping from hand to hand wont make it for long.. they will die.. that is not fair and its selfish.. so unless you settle in a country please protect the environment and the animals and dont buy one more... nor any other wired pet.. get a dog and travel with him if you want...
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