Mr. Orillion and I live in London, Ontario.
We'd love to have a Greek tortoise, preferably, or if we can not find one, a Russian tortoise.
It's a pity that tortoises are so hard to come by here; furthermore, we'd rather rescue someone a little older who would "appreciate" (in as much as...
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Winter is a tough time for a tortoise if they're wanting to walk up here in Canada.
There's sides on this, it only goes when they actually move their legs.
It just seems like it may work. What do you think? Insanity or might be good idea...
Thank you, both, for your warm wishes.
Mr. Orillion has mentioned he wants a sulcata. Period.
Mrs. Orillion is more conservative. Greek, Hermann's, Marginated...the vegetarian smaller tortoises seem to her easier to keep. The only thing is that they need hibernation, we've read...
There's two humans at our home. One's stay at home, the other works away.
One fostered puggle, age 5. (Working on finding her a 'forever home'.)
One adopted guinea piggie, age 2.5.
One house cricket, going on 5 months.
Have read and read and read; still at the 'research' level. Not even sure if a tortoise is for us, let alone exploring which kind we'd like to adopt. Looking for advice, please. If it turns out that we're not the "Ideal" parents then we will look into other types of 'sons/daughters' to...