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Old 03-09-04, 01:08 PM   #31 (permalink)
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this is agreat community

wow.....everyone (almost everyone) here is out for the good of animals....think this whole post will at least make others that stumble across it realize that this whole sitituation was so wrong......good work
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Old 03-09-04, 01:13 PM   #32 (permalink)
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ok ive got a question for evreyone one who is argueing with him obviously your not going to change his mind just look how many people have posted all these arguments has he budged an inch to leting him go no so why wouldnt you just give him some information on how to take care of the turtle so it has the best chance possible(im not agreeing with takeing animals from the wild)
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Old 03-09-04, 01:19 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Because if you take the mentality of "Well he already took it lets just give him information" then EVERYTIME someone stumbles across a wild herp, they will take it from the wild without researching it, without knowing if its for the good of the population, and without knowing if its best for the animal.

I would be slightly more inclined to help him out had he found a hatchling cooter walking across a busy road. But he didn't. He found a well established adult which can provide years of offspring to females in the area, one that has probably been alive and well for YEARS and has now captured it and placed it in a jail of an enclosure compared to what its been living in for years upon years. Nothing is right about that situation.

I hope all the valuable opinions and ideas in this thread are well thought over by the thread starter and taken as good advice, not "attacking" or anything else, simply because no one cares to bring HIM down and no one cares how HE feels. It's ALL about the animals and *ALWAYS* should be. If he keeps it, it's all about him. Not what's best for the turtle.

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i completly agree with you there i feal bad for the turtle and i agree with evryone who has posted here except for the guy who took the turtle from the wild
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