Re: [Herpetology Central] Re: Rehoming rescued Leopard geckos
- View Sourceim great with all reptiles i would be glad to take them
--- On Sat, 4/21/12, S <Dayzdx8@...> wrote:
From: S <Dayzdx8@...>
Subject: [Herpetology Central] Re: Rehoming rescued Leopard geckos
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2012, 10:33 PM
I live in Michigan.
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> hello they would be welcome to join us here.
> Jamie Mitchell
> Tortoise Den of North Florida
> Non native tortoise and herp rescue
> Large birds, medium
> Permit to Import issued through FWC
> Amnesty Day Certified Adopted for non native species
> Member of Humane Society
> Member of FWC
> Member of ASPCA
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> National wildlife Asst
> From: S <Dayzdx8@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2012 5:16 PM
> Subject: [Herpetology Central] Rehoming rescued Leopard geckos
> I have 2 adult female leopard geckos that were neglected and starved by the previous teenage boy that had to have them cause they "are cool", but knew nothing about the care they need. So I have them and they are healthy again and i've tried to rehome them, but have not had many serious responses. I know the adoption fee is low and I have pictures of them up. I did say in the ad that I prefer someone with some reptile care experience, just because these geckos seem very likely to bite fingers of young kids or inexperienced keepers. I had to seperate them because they kept getting so excited at feeding time they would bite each other and draw blood.
> I have over 15 years of reptile keeping experience and have other reptiles and pets.
> Any ideas to find good homes for these geckos? I don't want them to be neglected again.
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