When is the last time that you saw a mugshot for a turtle? Probably never, right? The Idaho Humane Society has taken their work to a whole new level, as one speedy little turtle garnered all of the attention on the Boise internet this week.

It's easy to spot dog lovers in the Treasure Valley--they're everywhere. Of course there are just as many cat people around town and despite not seeing them with their cats...they're easy enough to spot, too...if you know, you know.

How about turtle fans? Throwback to that 'I Like Turtles' kid, right?

While we don't know exactly how a Boise turtle, since named 'Leonardo DiCapriturtle' made his way into the Idaho Humane Society (they said he came in as a stray)--the only thing that we can think of is that this little turtle ran away from home. His owners never came forward, either.

Perhaps he is very adventurous?

Let's take a look at Idaho's most famous turtle!

Could This Turtle Be Idaho's Fastest?

Here's a look at a runaway turtle that the Idaho Humane Society sought and found a home for just this week!

Who wouldn't want to take this guy home!?

Full disclosure, we know absolutely nothing about Turtles and he looks a little grumpy, but who are we to judge. Just 8-hours after seeing that Leo Dicapriturtle was up for adoption, he was already labeled as 'adopted' on the Idaho Humane Society website. I guess he went fast. Pun intended.

Folks in the Treasure Valley certainly love their pets, but did you know that owning these pets in Boise is ILLEGAL!?

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The City Code for Boise prohibits ordinary residents from owning these animals as pets.

If you didn't know this, many animal shelters post mugshots of lost and found pets online--here is a look at some recents! 

These Lost Dogs Are Hoping Their Owners Find Them!

If you haven't seen your pet in a while--odds are it might be checked into the West Valley Humane Society and waiting for you to come bring it home!

Are Idaho PetSmart Locations Throwing Away Fish? TikTok Says Yes

A video filmed in Idaho has gone viral on TikTok--all because pet fish have been thrown away--into the dumpsters!


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