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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Very cool critter. One of my favorite lizards. Congrats on the sweet new addition!
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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentHill View Post
    from PA? hmmmmm. i have been considering one recently but wanted to get it locally. this could work!
    You might be waiting for next year, for one of these. I "pre-ordered" when they were about a week old and I think he had sold out on the babies he has this year; I know more than half of them were paid for the week I paid, so I imagine the rest went in the intervening weeks. You can certainly message him and ask, though. I got this little guy from Living Art by Franke Payne and he was very responsive to messages via Facebook Messenger.

    He did choosing "first pay, first pick" style, so I got to pick 8th and all of the babies I got to choose from were fantastic. It was extremely hard to choose just one.

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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentHill View Post
    from PA? hmmmmm. i have been considering one recently but wanted to get it locally. this could work!
    I actually just was on his FB page and he had listed what might be an older one on there as available a few days ago. So it seems he may still have some he might sell. Would be worth asking, I think.

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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Been home for about an hour and I've learned one thing for sure... this little guy does not comprehend glass and I need to grab a different feeding bowl for next time.

    I have one of those shallow clear glass cat dishes and once I got him over the edge he chowed down no problem (yay!!), but initially he attempted eating through the glass like a goober. "I see it, why can't I taste it??" Small spoon with some on it got his interest and led him to the top side, so all good today, hahaha.

    (Tapa keeps failing to upload for me, so no pictures for now... hopefully it'll fix itself soon, been having issues on mobile a few days now.)

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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Awwww he's so adorable!
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    Glad he made the trip just fine...he's a cutie, even if he doesn't yet understand glass.
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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Managed to get the picture onto my PC to post. This is after he figured out how the bowl works.


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    Looks like he caught on pretty fast...
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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Looks like he caught on pretty fast...
    Definitely had to be led to it, haha.

    He spooked and gave me a good hiss when I reach to put it in and when he didn't figure it out after a few minutes, I offered a small bite on a spoon so he would get the smell easier and give it a taste. He hissed and stuck his tongue out (so cute), and all in the same motion he touched the food with his tongue and took a big bite of it mid-hiss. (Clearly it tasted good & he was much less fussed by me holding the spoon, haha)

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    Re: Everyone knows what this means....

    Quote Originally Posted by pretends2bnormal View Post
    Definitely had to be led to it, haha.

    He spooked and gave me a good hiss when I reach to put it in and when he didn't figure it out after a few minutes, I offered a small bite on a spoon so he would get the smell easier and give it a taste. He hissed and stuck his tongue out (so cute), and all in the same motion he touched the food with his tongue and took a big bite of it mid-hiss. (Clearly it tasted good & he was much less fussed by me holding the spoon, haha)

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    In my experience with Frank, he can very vocal . However, he's all bark!

    He does the same thing. Leave me alone, oh, food????? Or, don't pick me up! Okay, you picked me up, can we chill?

    He doesn't do it all the time or anything, but he is happy to tell me how he feels!

    So glad the little guy is settling in!

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