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Posted by conservationist on March 12, 2003 at 12:52:56:
In Reply to: What do they do if you're moving in state? posted by meretseger on March 12, 2003 at 04:33:13:
I don't think they'll take into much consideration regarding keeping personal pets.. This reminds me of a friend of mine who owned monkeys in another state. She applied for a permit here and never could get one.
I'd suggest just calling the florida wildlife department, in Tallahassee, FL, and request to speak with someone over venomous reptiles. They may help you out, or they may not.. Most likely, they'll just say to submit and application and hope that you've wrote what they wanted to hea on it.
:I was always curious about this. Would I have to prove that I've spent 1000 hours with my own animals? I guess you'd have to have someone else care for your stuff while you applied for the permit, and then ship them back to you. Anyway, with only 2 hots, it would take me a while to build up 1000 hours when I only spend about 5 minutes a week actually working with each of them (feeding, one minute, cleaning up, 4 minutes).