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    Poor snake, my heart broke when I saw that crumpled eye and the sad enclosure in the first post. So glad to see that he is already looking much better and I hope he will make a full recovery with some TLC. Thanks for rescuing these animals

    How is the fish doing?

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    Re: Unexpected addition

    Everyoneís doing really well! I had to take my Hognose into the vet again so I brought the new bp too, she said donít even worry about whatís left of that burn, itís pretty well healed. The vet was a little curious at first, like why is this snake injured and so thin until I explained where he came from.

    Hasnít shown any sign of an RI since, did pass some pee and urates, heís taken two mouse meals so far. A couple more and Iíll offer a small rat instead. Heís hungry and willing to eat but I donít want to overload him too quickly.

    The fish have learned Iím food giver and stopped hiding. I think Iím going to replumb my empty 135 gallon and make it theirs. For now they are in a spare 20 gallon in the reptile room.




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    Re: Unexpected addition



    Up 50 grams so far not that you can tell and passed urine/urates twice, very feisty little guy.


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    Underside today, bad photo


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    He's definitely looking better. Nice job!

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    Re: Unexpected addition

    I canít imagine leaving a pet behind. It must take a special type of to abandon an animal like that, basically sentencing them to a horrific death. Especially a snake that canít get out of a cage. They can go so long without food that their suffering could last a very long time before succumbing to dehydration. I have 9 snakes and have a different relationship with each and every one. I couldnít part with any of them, even my my derpy carmel albino that a shady breeder sold me. That damn snake doesnít know up from down. But he eats like a champ, he sheds, he poops, and he is super friendly and amazingly beautiful. I named him ďJethroĒ because of his lack of book learniní!


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    He's looking better and better with each photo Glad to hear the fish are doing well too!

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    I wish all left-behind snakes (& fish & other pets) were as lucky as these were...
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
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    Re: Unexpected addition

    Overdue update!

    This was on Dec 23rd, took at an angle to better show his condition

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