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4 out of 5 pet turtles, 3 out of 4 cat turtles are ‘cat-loving’

It’s not a stretch to say that pet turtles are a cat-loving family.

The animals can be found in every country in the world and can be easily identified by their distinctive blue stripes and blue patches.

And while cat turtles can be aggressive, most of the time they’re quite friendly.

And if you’ve ever seen one in the wild, you know how friendly they are.

They love to play, and they’re really good with kids and pets.

The most popular pet turtles to choose for your pet are: Blue, Blue-headed, Blue Striped, Yellow, White and White-backed.

Blue-eared turtle This is one of the most popular turtles to own because of its striking coloration and cute appearance.

They’re very friendly and have a sweet personality.

They can be spotted in the sea, in trees and in the open.

Yellow-headed turtle These turtles can look like any other turtle, except for their yellow stripes.

They have a yellow head and white body and blue eyes.

The yellow-headed turtles are often confused with the yellow-eyed turtles.

Yellow Striped Turtle These turtles have the ability to transform into a yellow-colored turtle, but they’re not as cute as their other color.

They also have a slightly different body shape, but not in the way the other turtles do.

They are quite friendly and can even play with children.

White-footed turtle White-tailed turtles have been around for more than 3 million years.

The White-headed Turtle is a rare species of turtle, found only in the Mediterranean Sea.

They live in the waters of the Mediterranean.

They tend to be shy, but when they get along with other turtles, they can be very friendly.

Yellow Snapper, White Snapper and White Snappers are also popular turtles.

They belong to the genus Pecanadrus and can grow up to 4 feet long.

They don’t live in freshwater environments and prefer to live in large ponds and estuaries.

This makes them ideal for pet turtles.

White Striped Snapper Snapper is a very colorful turtle, so it’s important to know what to look for in a pet snapper.

They look like a mix of yellow and brown stripes, and can also have blue and red markings.

Yellow Tail Snapper This is the smallest of the striped snapper turtles.

It’s also the smallest turtle, and the smallest in the genus Echinoderma.

They grow to be just over 6 feet long and weigh up to 1,000 pounds.

Yellow or green markings are common on their backs.

White Tail Snappers live in shallow water and can live up to 2,000 years.

White Snaps have the largest teeth in the family.

Yellow Tarsiers have large, white markings on their shells.

White Tarsier turtles have yellow stripes on their heads and tails.

Yellow tarsiers are found all over the world, and are found in all parts of the world.

This is a great turtle for the pet turtle collector because they are a very good bet to attract cats and kittens.

Blue Stripes Blue Striping is a coloration that is almost a color in itself.

They come in a variety of colors.

Most blue-stripe turtles have orange or white markings.

The markings are quite unique and are often used by pet turtles in advertising.

White and Black Striped Turtles Most of the white striped turtles are also known as blue-striped turtles.

The blue stripe on the turtles’ shells is very distinctive, so they’re easy to identify.

Blue, Yellow and Green Striped Turtles These are the most common turtle colors and they can look quite different from one another.

The green stripes are usually blue, while the yellow stripes are yellow.

They usually have a white tail and are very friendly to other animals.

They like to be near people and can occasionally be found living in the same area.

Yellow and White Stripes White-stripped turtles are one of a handful of turtles that have blue stripes on the back of their heads.

These turtles are not as friendly as the other blue- and yellow-striked turtles, but if you have a cat or other pet, you can be sure that they’re going to be very interested.

Blue and White Strips have a very different appearance from each other.

The shell of the turtle that has a white stripe on it looks very different than the one that has an orange stripe on its shell.

The difference between the two shells can be quite subtle.

Green and Blue Stripy Turtles Blue and yellow striped turtles look quite similar, but the blue stripes are on the shell of a green-stripleted turtle.

The other shell is a black-stripy shell.

These types of turtles can live from 7 to 12 years.

Yellow, Green and Whitestriped Turtles White-striping and yellow stripes can also be found on the underside of the shell.

Yellow strips are on one side and