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Moving a pet OUT of Taiwan to Europe

Moving a pet OUT of Taiwan to Europe

Postby marghini » 02 Aug 2015, 23:56

Hi all!

Last week I successfully moved my cat from Taiwan to Italy. After going through the process and noticing there isn't much detailed information online about such procedure, I decided to write an in-depth post on my website about it. Since the procedure is pretty much standardized for all European countries, I think my experience should be useful for anyone who is planning to move a pet from Taiwan to Europe.

Taking your pet with you to Europe is easy and quite cheap: please, do NOT abandon your pet when you have to leave Taiwan. There is an alternative.

Hope this is helpful! :wink:

http://www.theloveblender.com/moving-a- ... -to-italy/
http://www.theloveblender.com is a blog about cross-cultural relationships and expat life.
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Re: Moving a pet OUT of Taiwan to Europe

Postby hansioux » 06 Aug 2015, 15:32

thanks for the detailed article. My cat Milktea looks very much like Mimi.

got a question though, how did you get Mimi to drink water from a small bowel while she was feeling tense? Or was the flight so long that she would eventually give in?
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Re: Moving a pet OUT of Taiwan to Europe

Postby marghini » 06 Aug 2015, 18:32

hansioux wrote:thanks for the detailed article. My cat Milktea looks very much like Mimi.

got a question though, how did you get Mimi to drink water from a small bowel while she was feeling tense? Or was the flight so long that she would eventually give in?


Yeah the flight was just ridiculously long so after few hours she started accepting some dry bits and a bit of water. The first 5 or 6 hours of the journey Mimi was super scared and looked around suspiciously, but after a while she got so tired she gave in and started sleeping and eating a bit.

Hope this helps!
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Re: Moving a pet OUT of Taiwan to Europe

Postby Novaspes » 18 Aug 2015, 22:18

This thread is like a blessing from heaven for me. I was in the process of looking for information to bring my cat back to Italy when I stumbled upon this post. :) Great job, marghini.
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