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How could you even consider shipping a live animal? It's
winter. Do you think cargo holds are heated or that the
shipping container will not remain upright or get lost or
become damaged ect..??? Would you ship one of your
students? You need to live up to your responsibility.
Having a pet requires a commitment for the ENTIRE life
time of the animal. This is another reason why live
animals do belong in the classroom--teaches the wrong
lesson that animals are disposable.
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On 11/25/07, KK wrote:
> How could you even consider shipping a live animal? It's
> winter. Do you think cargo holds are heated or that the
> shipping container will not remain upright or get lost or
> become damaged ect..??? Would you ship one of your
> students? You need to live up to yo...See More
Dec 2, 2007
Melinda Wells /blockquote>

Hello, I live in Oklawaha, Florida and would love to give your
turtle a loving and forever home. I have a pond that is fenced
and would be a perfect home for her. I have experience with
turtles and can promise you she would have a great home.
Shipping will not harm her, if she is not too long in the cold ...See More
Dec 23, 2007


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