To give a turtle a short term home one needs:
- mortar tub;
- stone, branch or flower pot;
- desk lamp if it is indoors.
If the outdoor temperature is above 20 degrees Celsius, the tub could stand outside; if not, it should get a place inside the house. It should be filled with water as high as one shell length of the turtle. The branch/stone will be placed inside, not too close to the tub walls (to prevent the turtle from falling out of the tub). If the tub is inside, the desk light will be placed to shine at the branch/stone as basking place. It should reach temperatures around 40 degrees Celsius.
For feeding one could use salad or dandelion leaves and gammarus from the pet shop. Gammarus should be given every day an amount that is eaten in few minutes and greens should be given how much the turtle likes. (One could not overfeed a turtle with greens. Depending of the kind of turtle it eats between 50% to 99% greens. For example mine need nearly 500g greens per day.)
Please keep in mind: this is for short term home only! For long term there are more questions here about feeding, basking, tank size and laying eggs.