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Old Jul 24th 2020, 5:16 pm
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Unless you're allergic, I don't see the problem. Cats are very quiet animals.
Obviously, you don’t know my cat Growler.
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Old Jul 24th 2020, 9:38 pm
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Cunard are very helpful apparently, so it might be worth speaking to them. If they take cats and dogs I don't see why they wouldn't take gps.
It might also be a good idea to talk to the UK and US. national guinea pig clubs. They may have transported cavies to the US for breeding purposes ie new varieties. That's certainly the case with the rat club I belong to. And rats have been shipped from France to the U.S. in the cabin, so maybe try Air France.
Be aware that although the gps are certainly allowed to be moved UK to US , moving them in reverse is not possible without 6 months quarantine ie pet passports are only allowed for dogs, cats and ferrets.
FYI a guinea pig is not a rodent.
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Old Jul 24th 2020, 9:42 pm
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FYI a guinea pig is not a rodent.
Uh, yes they are. They're of the order Rodentia.

As are your rats.

One would expect you would know that, being a member of a 'rat club' and all.

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Old Jul 24th 2020, 10:00 pm
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Default Re: transportation of guinea pigs to usa

Originally Posted by SquirrelRat View Post
Cunard are very helpful apparently, so it might be worth speaking to them. If they take cats and dogs I don't see why they wouldn't take gps.
It might also be a good idea to talk to the UK and US. national guinea pig clubs. They may have transported cavies to the US for breeding purposes ie new varieties. That's certainly the case with the rat club I belong to. And rats have been shipped from France to the U.S. in the cabin, so maybe try Air France.
Be aware that although the gps are certainly allowed to be moved UK to US , moving them in reverse is not possible without 6 months quarantine ie pet passports are only allowed for dogs, cats and ferrets.
FYI a guinea pig is not a rodent.
I doubt the QM2 will sail this year. The QM2 has kennels for cats and dogs...never heard of them accommodating any other animal.
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Old Jul 25th 2020, 3:55 am
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People fly horses around the world, Guinea Pigs should not be too difficult.
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Old Jul 25th 2020, 4:16 am
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we brought our rabbit to Texas and Lufthansa designated it a "rodent".....
this was 7 years ago though so best to check details. At the time, dear sweet little bunny wasn't allowed on a plane with passengers since she was a "rodent" never mind going in the cabin. She had to be in a double cage ( cage within a cage) and was transported on a cargo plane with 2 stops TLS-Paris-NYC-ATX. Cost about $1k. Dog was much easier and half the price. This was at the end of september when it's still pretty hot in these parts but she was ok.
Yes, I did think about trying to persuade littlest PF to find a new home for bunny but at 10 years old she was leaving behind all her friends etc so didn't push that one. Bunny is still alive and still chewing everything in sight and pooping everywhere.
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People fly horses around the world, Guinea Pigs should not be too difficult.
Exactly, and all sorts of other critters too, but we have circled all the way back to whether guinea pig owners are too scared to put them in a crate and ship them in the cargo hold.
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