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It says its NOT included so I don't think he needs the permit as whats listed was the ones that do need a permit. Although don't quote me on that. I know you can't take any fruit or anything like that across the border but you can take household plants as long as they have never been planted outside
Oops. Most of my plants come from huge tubs outdoors

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Another day in the car! Phone will probably die again today. The battery life has been horrible on this phone as of late. -_-

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Also OMG this rabbit is adorable. ;-; Wish I could adopt her.
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holy cow. i wonder how vet assistant stuff works. i haven't really looked too far into anything medical before. now i'm researching a bit though.
My cousin did a 2 yr vet assistant course. It's extremely competitive and she was one of the lucky ones in her class to get a job. The assiastant program is different from tech program (which you need to go to the mainland for). But assistants do reception, animal care, and SOMETIMES present for surgeries (depending on the staff and owners), and they restrain pets needing medicine/bloodwork, and watch post-op animals. There was also a cycle for overnight on-calls which my cousin did in case there was an emerg. Not the job for me! I helped my friend restrain her rat yesterday while she poked around at its cyst...But the blood freaked me out bc I knew she was distressed!
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Mo, since you're so young you can play with that ;) "But, but officer I'm only a kid! All these big paper permits!! I can barely read!" .. Or something like that.

We cleared it with the cat yesterday! We can watch my friends little terrier in August while she goes to St. Pierre!! I'm so excited. And in a creepy sort of its-a-small-world way, I think her dog is under the same mutt byb lineage line of my dog Coco. o.o

Her dog came from the same area Coco's parents did. I sometimes see a dog running loose in the area that resembles Coco and her dog has the same face, body type and fur. Only thing is, Coco came to us almost 15 years ago (and he passed away last year).. Someone has his relatives and my friends dog is one of the offspring! I'll get pics for comparison ^.^ This was too weird for me to find out.

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Around Christmas the animal rescue got 400 rabbits from a BYB situation, desperate times. I wish I could have fostered some. :(
She is adorable though, I can't believe someone could throw away a bunny like her!
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This is my friend Robyn on cbc about the provincial rescue :)
400 byb?!?!!? wow. o.o

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Wait, Mo's a kid too? How old are you? Im 13. Officer could probably believe I couldn't read

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Yep. Never knew there were BYB for rabbits. But a baby lop can fetch $130 at a pet shop here. O___O lionheads are pricey too. And you know how rabbits are with breeding, so easy money I guess.
They needed foster homes bad with that bust.

Hehe I see lotsa shrimp eggs on my momma shrimp! :D

Also, Mocha stepped on Zara's ear.. The bleeding stopped but now I gotta keep Mocha on a leash in the house cause she won't leave Zara's ear alone. :(
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Squee! I'm living vicariously Olympia... no chance for pics? :$
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I got my bunny from a family who had a male and female pet store rabbit which they bred for a bit of a profit. She's some dwarf mix, got her for 10$. People around here do not sell breeds for much over 25$ unless they're also selling cages and food with it. Some people just cannot handle a tormented-by-hormones bunny and give the entire setup away from free...
Lionheads and holland and mini lops are the most popular. Mostly lops though because people here dies for them. REW's are lucky to find a home :<

All this talk about me hating my womens studies course... I have 86% in the course so far!! lol I think I'll stick with it, as much as it annoys me.

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My camera cannot take photos that tiny, maybe I'll try in a few days when they eggs will be bigger and darker, now they're still clear. :D

Already told you once I think but when I can finally rescue a bunny I want a big REW new Zealand. Heh. Just cause no one likes albinos. :(
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