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Old 02-07-03, 08:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for someone with a strong interest inÖ

Tigers after watching animal planet, I was thinking if I only new someone willing to travel to Sumatra with me on a photo safari, someone with the same interest as me reptiles and tigers, this could be a wonderful trip.
If you think this may be interesting send me a PM we never know. Cheers

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OMG!! is that yours? It is beautiful!! Those feet are sure showing the size that the tiger will grow to...very impressive.
Thanks for sharing.
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glad you see it Beth cause I cant, this is me and Sara back in 86
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Awww I want a tiger but katey won't let me have one. She's cute, what's her temperment like?
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Pleas donít go thinking I make irrational decision like going to Sumatra after seeing a TV show, I assure you this is not the case, my motivation goes far more then this, Sumatra is one of those Island that by 2005 will have been logged in totality.
This is why going there is one of my top priorities, I may not be able to change the world, but if I can see it as itís supposed to look like before itís too late I will. Also if some of you ever think about keeping Lions and Tigers, pleas email me I have a few Horror stories you shod here before making such a monumental mistake, they are not pet and never will be. Yes I do and I did keep many exotic animals but only on a rescue or conservation principal. Donít go thinking I whoíd intentionally get a pet tiger, thatís none sense to me. What aim interested in is someone interested in tigers as a study subject not a teddy bear, aim also interested in water monitor population in Sumatra.
Ps. the person I got Sara from tied 2 lion cubs to a fence with dog chokers, they jumped the fence and died hung. Sadly I have many such stories
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Sorry Lisa the post wasnít for you, thereís a big difference between wishing and having lol
No I posted because someone emailed me asking if I could sell him one, I canít believe this.
To answer your question Sara was 3 months on that photo she stayed with me until she was 4 year old, thatís how long it took to find here a home. Regards
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I would love to go... unfortunately right now I'm saving for a trip to Australia, and I'm going to be absolutely (I mean ABSOLUTELY) broke after it.... I really hope you find someone to go with, I'm still trying to find someone to come with me to Australia!!!

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Jesus yes she was very nice but still deadly, see how opseting this is, I forget to answer
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Kate I have a few friends in that may shelter you, where are you going.
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Wow, really? I'm going to Sunshine Coast , QLD
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I'd go if i had the CASH!!!
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Sorry Lisa the post wasnít for you, thereís a big difference between wishing and having lol
No I posted because someone emailed me asking if I could sell him one, I canít believe this.
To answer your question Sara was 3 months on that photo she stayed with me until she was 4 year old, thatís how long it took to find here a home. Regards

No worry, I know currently we're not set up for one. We haven't got the $ to feed a tiger never mind the space or time to take care of one. Maybe in the future we'll be able to rescue a tiger.
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Here's a pic of Suma, My mothers kitty. I just had to ad him up onto this thread.
I'd love to go on this trip if you have it planned on going in like a year or two. The main reason would be to Find a few Tomistoma Crocs but I have a fair interest in large cats as well. Let me know the details if you don't mind me tagging along. My email is reptilefreak18@aol.com.
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By the way, nice looking girl.





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You got to be kidding me right! Man this is a small world I have worked with 9 species of crocodilians, in fact I almost both an 11 feet Tomistoma 2 years ago. Also I worked on a gator farm in Florida, where my friend has a collection of crocs. I think you and I have much to talk about, I will email you soon. That cat looks like a male Siberian to me, these animals rely need our help, I just didnít know we had to save them from zoos now. Well letís not get into this. Kind regards



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Aw man.. I so envy you.. Tomistomas are my 2nd favorite crocodilians.. Which farm did you work at? I know a few people at different farms down there. The cat, my mom says its a Bengal. I dont really know how to tell a difference besides adult sizes.
That's a fat 'lil P. palpebrosus you got there. I'll look forward to your Email.
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