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    Request Pet friendly guesthouse / cheap Hotel (B 450-750 per night) anyone?

    Hello everyone,
    I am coming to Bangkok in October with my pet rat and I am looking for a pet friendly cheap guest house or hotel to stay for a few night until I find a place if possible near transports.
    Most of the search I did on search engines referred me to luxurious hotels.
    Thank you for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    I am coming to Bangkok in October with my pet rat and I am looking for a pet friendly cheap guest house or hotel to stay...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    I am coming to Bangkok in October with my pet rat
    I bet his name is BEN

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    Actually he's called Poupoune he's a Berkshire and he's such a cutie (please tell me how to put pics other than links I will) that I could not give him away.

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    at least said rat has a big spending master

    but at that princely some u won't get a rat's nest

    just a flea bag

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    Actually i just checked the 2 stars hotel I usually go to and they still charge B500 per night (used to be 450 last time I was there) unfortunately they don't do pets ...
    For that price you get a clean room with bathroom, TV and big pool on the roof ... 2 stars is plenty enough comfort for me ... May I am in the wrong forum, you seem very 'upmarket' ....

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    Your not one of the Pet Shop Boys are you?

    Silly question actually - They were able to afford the Dusit Thani.
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    Wow ... Is this really an ESL forum? Am I really talking to English teachers here ?I thought this place was about teachers helping eachothers, I did not realise English teachers are so aristocratic that they only help rockstars or well-off people ... 2 stars hotels are below you people ?

    Aside from the two first nice comments, all I get is contempt because my budget is nowhere "up to your level".
    So your idea of fun is moking poor people who want to come over ?

    No I certainly don't have Late Mickael Jackson (RIP) money, or even the Pet Shop Boys, nor like anyone who has a decent salary, probably like yours.
    I am poor, very poor actually and yes I have a rat, and yes I want to keep him with me.
    How many dubious jokes do have to read about this ?

    Oh and I am a woman, as my name (Anne) might suggests, so probably not a petshop boy ...
    I would very much appreciate some constructive and appropriate help / advice on this matter from non judgemental people if there are any here. And if I am not in the right place, (for which I apologise in advance) please redirect to somewhere I could get information.

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    erm...how does one import a pet rat? What is the protocol for flying with a pet rat? Does your mascot travel in your carry-on or is it checked through? Is there much, if any, paperwork (vet's clearances and the like) that needs to be attended to before departure?

    I have never heard of someone traveling internationally with a pet rat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Wow ... Is this really an ESL forum? Am I really talking to English teachers here ?I thought this place was about teachers helping eachothers, I did not realise English teachers are so aristocratic
    Indeed you must be new to this forum I suppose.

    My arse you are.

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    erm...how does one import a pet rat? What is the protocol for flying with a pet rat? Does your mascot travel in your carry-on or is it checked through? Is there much, if any, paperwork (vet's clearances and the like) that needs to be attended to before departure?

    I have never heard of someone traveling internationally with a pet rat.

    Importing a norwegian rat in Thailand is no problem, just a general health certificate from vet is needed.
    No vaccination as these types of animals don't get vaccinated anyway, nor do they carry rabbies and no import authorisation (unlike dogs and cats) or quarantaine are required for Thai immigration.

    For airlines, it's like any animal, you have to call the airline before your flight and check their pet policy.
    I took Aeroflot, as they agree to have pets in cabin and did agree for my rat, but each company is different.
    It will have to travel in his case for an extra luggage cost of 30 euros.
    In cabin the animal must stay in his closed case the entire flight, underneath the passenger seat. No smelly petfood allowed.

    Going though customs, the box goes on the conveyer belt and you take the animal on you / with you to be checked 'as a person'. Then put the animal back into carrying box.
    In flight, when asked, I usually say it's a guinea pig to fellow passenger, as some people might freack out if i drop the word 'rat'.

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    Most 450Baht a night hotels here come with rats included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow View Post
    Most 450Baht a night hotels here come with rats included.
    Oh that's me sorted then ! Thank you very much for your help ...

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    Don't worry Anne .Many of the posters on this site take great pleasure in ripping holes in newbies.Sad bastards who have such an exciting life they spend countless hours sat in front of their beloved notebook or whatever! It is a club that is a dubious distinction to be a member of !!
    Most newbies post once and are never heard of again.
    Regarding your rat i could not advise you as i am not in BKK.
    If its a wind up just carry on because some saddo will go along with it just to get their posts up-seems to be the game .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibark View Post
    i could not advise you as i am not in BKK.
    Right, I see.

    Quote Originally Posted by ibark View Post
    Many of the posters on this site take great pleasure in ripping holes in newbies.Sad bastards who have such an exciting life they spend countless hours sat in front of their beloved notebook or whatever!
    You are not technically a newbie are you?

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