Furniture slider prosthetic legs for turtle


18 Responses to “Furniture slider prosthetic legs for turtle”

  1. Rickmccl says:

    @10 yeah how did “sluff” pass a spell checker… must not be tuff enuff.
    @13 ball bearings? Like the game ‘Rebound‘?

    Just staple him to a Roomba and be done with it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Is anyone else reminded of “Lil’ Brudder?”

  3. Brainspore says:

    Who’s up for a game of shuffleboard?

  4. Donner says:

    Yay for Petaluma! First Survival Research Labs moves here & now we’ve got bionic turtles. My home town is an awesome town.

  5. SomeGuy says:

    The furniture slides will wear down over time so they shouldn’t be permanently attached.

    I think a better solution would be to affix 2 little wheels or even steel ball bearings. Who knows, he may even set a land speed record for box turtles with a setup like that.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Turtle Genus/Species

    Is this the Common Slider Turtle or the Red-Eared Slider Turtle? Or is this one of those fancy Galapagos turtles? (Turtle paradise. No raccoons.) Trachemys EZ-Sliderus-Maximus (Pro).

  7. MrJM says:

    Under the Obamacare death panels, all amputees will have to have furniture sliders.

    In the spirit in
    which it is intended,
    – MrJM

  8. dargaud says:

    I remember reading about a dog named Lucky who had 3 legs, one eye and no balls. Indeed.

  9. Cheqyr says:

    $originalPost =~ s/sluff/slough/g

    Just sayin’…

  10. Anonymous says:

    what an aptly named turtle!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Awwww… crazy how he seems to be smiling…

  12. Anonymous says:

    we had a similar problem at my humane society and solved it in a different way:

  13. Yep says:

    Serves him right for stealing Rocky’s girl. ’bout time that Raccoon got his revenge.

    Seriously. What is up with the Beatles stuff today?

  14. Doomstalk says:

    We can rebuild him. We can make him better, stronger… We’ll have to get back to you about the faster part, though.

  15. Beverly Stayart says:

    Lucky is indeed lucky to have such a resourceful and caring vet!

  16. Anonymous says:

    I think that most fiberglass resins, acrylic, Bondo, and epoxies are actually organic

  17. Anonymous says:

    Losing your legs is NOT lucky.

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