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Use this button for Party Deposits, or to help out with the expenses of the rescue. And Thanks~!
(Deposits are not typically refundable - Can be rescheduled
These are the animals available for adoption.
If there is nothing here, there are none for adoption, not all animals thrive, and some require specialty care, and do not go up for general adoption
Unfortunately, at this time, we have no more room for sliders. After Spring, and we can adopt out some of the ones we have, we will be able to take more in
Some of My Care Articles, and helpful links
Assorted Red Eared Sliders
Copy and paste the link into your browser
- King Snake http://bit.ly/2wcenWc
The Burmese Python - http://bit.ly/2wcenWc
The Green Iguana - http://bit.ly/28TygGX
Help! My Snake was bitten! - http://bit.ly/1oPPr38
I want a pet snake - http://bit.ly/1Lhy9AW
The Bird Eating Spider - http://bit.ly/1Mq9lMG
Chinese Water Dragons - http://bit.ly/1YhJYjc
Red-Tail Boa - http://bit.ly/1XjCBqR
Kenyan Sand Boas - http://bit.ly/1Nj90re
Bearded Dragons - http://bit.ly/1ddpqFe
MOST POPULAR! The Savannah Monitor - http://bit.ly/17qrYfN
Corn Snakes - http://bit.ly/1CwuYRz
Off Schedule Feeding - http://bit.ly/1JZD62B
Treating Snake Mites - http://bit.ly/1vF4FDx
MOST POPULAR! Ball Pythons - http://bit.ly/1ydb3Hq
Treating Aggression in Snakes - http://bit.ly/14lncer
Young Male Iguana, Not to bad as far as attitude.
5 foot Male common boa, typical feeding response, but great out of the enclosure.
6 foot Male Central American Boa. Typical feeding response, but a sweetheart when out.
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