Bringing your pets by Ferry to Ireland

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Bringing your pets by Ferry to Ireland via Amsterdam (Sonje and Andrew came from China)

With the large volumes of South Africans immigrating these days, it is likely that not every South African moving to Ireland is in fact moving directly from South Africa. This is a story about a couple of South Africans and 2 cats who got to Ireland the long way round, by land, air, and sea

Bringing your "pet plants" to Ireland

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How to import your precious potted plants from South Africa, like Bonsai's and Orchids for example

Do it yourself immigrating to Ireland with Pets

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DIY route to bringing pets to Ireland without an Agent

Doing the DIY route can save you money, and it’s pretty straight forward. Pets travel either in the Airplane cabin (size dependent) or the Airplane hold.  They would not travel cargo as that option would require a clearing agent and this is where you save on costs.

Below is my experience with bringing Holly, my Jack Russell cross Yorkie, on the same flight, travelling in the hold. We travelled Cape Town-Amsterdam-Dublin with KLM.

Birds moving to Ireland: Moving with our feathered friend

Immigrating with your parrot or birdie pals? Here's a great Blog giving you possible direction.

Cape Town to Dublin - Fred and Ginger’s international travel

cats moving to ireland Immigration information for South Africans moving, immigrating, visiting or working in the Republic of Ireland

When we decided to make the move to Ireland, there was no question that our furkids, Fred and Ginger, would be joining us. They are rescue cats - siblings from the same litter - and we couldn’t imagine making a new home in Ireland without them!

 The first step we took was to chat to our vet (CitiVet Gardens) - they were really helpful and gave us some basic info on what would be needed in terms of inoculations etc, and they recommended we contact Animal Travel Services - a South African company specializing in (as their name suggests!), transporting animals.

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