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    Makes me wonder how they get along in the wild when they're so bad at finding food sometimes.
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    Re: Introducing Apophis (pic heavy)

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Makes me wonder how they get along in the wild when they're so bad at finding food sometimes.
    Haha, my mom said the same thing. Itís bizarre, because heís such a beast hunter! ...as long as itís not on the ground. Heís just an absolute weirdo.

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    He's really stunning. So glad he seems pretty chill for you.

    Funny feeding story. I hope you recovery quickly from your surgery. I've been there (foot, tonsils, and a kidney transplant and complications), and now, so has Katie (2 skull surgeries in the past month). Hopefully yours was less serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    He's really stunning. So glad he seems pretty chill for you.

    Funny feeding story. I hope you recovery quickly from your surgery. I've been there (foot, tonsils, and a kidney transplant and complications), and now, so has Katie (2 skull surgeries in the past month). Hopefully yours was less serious!
    Ugh, Iím so sorry to hear that! I hope you and Katie are both finding some relief! Nothing scarier than being in that much pain without certainty that it can be fixed. And especially skull surgery! I hope sheís on the mend

    I had surgical correction for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Iím lucky enough that a top TOS surgeon is located in my hometown, so I subletted my LA apartment and packed up the snakes to come stay with my mom in Texas for 3.5 months while Iím in recovery.

    On Sept 25, they removed my first rib, along with 3 scalene muscles in my neck, performed extensive neurolysis of my brachial plexus and removed scar tissue compressing my subclavian artery and vein. Top it off with a pec minor release and you have a recipe for lots of sleep! But at least Iíll end up with a cool scar and hopefully less nerve pain. Time will tell. Glad to have my emotional support animals here

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    Re: Introducing Apophis (pic heavy)

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    I subletted my LA apartment and packed up the snakes to come stay with my mom in Texas for 3.5 months while Iím in recovery.

    I am moving to Washington state at some point next year, and I am not looking forward to packing up everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    I am moving to Washington state at some point next year, and I am not looking forward to packing up everything.
    Moving cross country is the WORST. Especially with pets. But I was too scared to ship my babies. They hated the drive for sure...gonna be even more interesting when I head back in the middle of winter.

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