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    Question Emigrating with animals

    Whats the story as far as emigrating and taking animals with you?Any countries allow this?Leaving is something i will be strongly considering in the new year but dont want to get rid of the animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    Whats the story as far as emigrating and taking animals with you?Any countries allow this?Leaving is something i will be strongly considering in the new year but dont want to get rid of the animals.

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    What "animals" do you have ?

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    hiya,
    Well when i was living in London and i went back to SA permanently, i took my cat with me, it is expensive though and some countries have quarantine procedures and times in place, but i couldn't leave him behind, so now he lives happily in the sun with me. he is officially my "pom cat"

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    Default Humans or furries????

    Quote Originally Posted by Elle of Edinburgh View Post
    What "animals" do you have ?
    4 cats and a dog,
    Westside.

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    What sort of animals, chickens? Have you grown attached?

    Of course people take their cats and dogs with them of they're leaving on a permanent basis. There isn't much of a bond if they just leave the cats/dogs/birds behind forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    4 cats and a dog,
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    Ok so there domestic animals, now where did you fancy taking them?

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    Default Dr Doolittle is it ....?

    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    Whats the story as far as emigrating and taking animals with you?Any countries allow this?Leaving is something i will be strongly considering in the new year but dont want to get rid of the animals.

    Sincerely,
    Westside.
    Its called Fota Wildlife Park - and they are NOT yours to keep

    AND QUIT FEEDING MARS BARS TO THE BLOODY GIRAFFES WILL YA !!!!


    Ireland's Wildest Attraction - Fota Wildlife Park - Cork, Ireland - Fota Wildlife

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    In general moving from Ireland with animals is much easier than moving to Ireland with animals.

    Good luck wherever you end up.

    “I wish you wouldn’t keep appearing and vanishing so suddenly; you make one quite giddy!”
    “All right,” said the Cat; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gordo View Post
    In general moving from Ireland with animals is much easier than moving to Ireland with animals.

    Good luck wherever you end up.
    as St Patrick could vouch for...

    What did St Patrick say when he was driving the snakes out of Ireland ?

    Are ye alright in the back there lads ?

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    Default Just considering my options

    Quote Originally Posted by Elle of Edinburgh View Post
    Ok so there domestic animals, now where did you fancy taking them?
    Depends.I know ppl in the US and could go training with them and maybe pick up a job as a strength trainer in one of their gyms.Just weighing up all my options at the moment because to be honest Ireland is just getting ridicolus right now.The only thing is work is a bit down globally at the moment but if Ireland doesnt pick up in the next year or so i would leave unless i got a job here which i was happy with.

    Westside.

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