Hello All, I'd love to hear your advice on a topic that has me stumped! I do soft sculpture taxidermy, and very VERY strictly do not offer international shipping as I do not care to deal with the documentation or hassle of obtaining permits for export. I have a gal who has been begging me for months to buy a wolf and have it shipped to Australia. I stressed that I would not be willing to export - But I told her that if she wanted to do the leg work, and find an exporter who would BUY the wolf from me, and then re-sell to her, that should be okay as it would be out of my hands at that point. I was 99% sure that I would not hear back on the topic, just due to hassle factor and cost on her end.... Well, I was wrong. She DID find someone willing to buy a wolf for her, and export. I do not yet know who the exporter will be. So now I am second guessing myself... Could I still be held liable for anything that may arise in the export process? I mean, let's say I sell the wolf legally to someone in the US and they turn around and export it.... and it gets stopped at customs..... I just don't want any chance of getting in the middle of any sort of export fiasco! Any advice or suggestions are greatly appreciated. I know just enough about this topic to know that it is serious business, and I don't want to get myself in any trouble just because someone in Australia is desperate to get one of my wolves.