CARTIMAR Pet Shop: Flora and Fauna

Cartimar Pet Shop
Flora and Fauna Section

This is the second part of Cartimar pet shop and shopping mall features. Most of family weekend, we spent it in Cartimar mainly because we breed personata african lovebirds (ALBs) and have frequent dog accessories and supplies.

Cartimar pet shop is divided into multiple sections, the center part of which are the canine, birds, cats, rabbit, and other animals for sale and its wide range of supplies from feeds, treats, accessories and cages. Exotic animals like martinez (PhP350 each), african gray (PhP35,000) are one of the best finds you can have during a lucky day at Cartimar.

Cartimar Pet ShopFlora and Fauna Section
African Gray


On the other side, the infamous Cartimar shopping mall (for authentic and replica displays of shoes, clothing, bags, kitchen wares and other goodies.

At the back area where the open parking lot is located, plants and horticulture can be found alongside the fishes and the whole shenanigans for aqua creature lovers.

Flora and Fauna
Cartimar Pet ShopFlora and Fauna Section
We were on the look for a Malbarosa plant (a mosquito repellant), some shops said a small pot cost PhP150 (approx. $3.6), we failed to get one. I used to visit the aquariums in the area, they selected shops have exotic fish for sale like that of a gray shark and other saltwater fish. Last year a single shop has a a lot of baby sharks for sale but my last visit it only has 1 piece roaming around (I presume they have controlled selling it because it’s illegal). The one left cost PhP3,500 (approx. $85). Our next month visit, we’ll try to check out the number of sharks posted for business.

Cartimar Pet ShopFlora and Fauna Section

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Cartimar Shopping Complex
Cartimar Pet Shop
Pasay City

How to get there?
By Commute:
– via LRT bound, take off at Gil Puyat station.
– via bus, from North side – take Ayala Leveriza route. Bus stop near Jac Liner station. Cross the other side going to Luna Street.
– from South side (Roxas Blvd), take Buendia Street or Libertad Street

Complete photos at the Cartimar visit (September 2012)
Photobucket: deiville, created by Green Dei (Daryll Villena)
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Full Disclosure: This article is being published based on our shopping schedule and budget plan .  We visit Cartimar  on a monthly basis for our pet supplies.

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