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    Oh yeah, she's gonna LOVE that! You did a beautiful job!
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    Re: A dream made real, Mira the Vietnamese blue beauty rat snake

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    My young queen. Feels weird to have a snake that's more likely to be out in the open during the middle of the day after what I'm used to.

    On another note, when I had to handle her for the decor cleaning debacle (and the rest of the tub because might as well by that point), she didn't bite me. Granted I also kept her head away from my hands until she calmed down enough, but still. I'm surprised at how fast she's taming down.

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    You never know, some snakes stay really hyper & snappy, but if you're patient & considerate, many do calm down despite their dreadful reputations- I hope yours does too- it makes handling more pleasant for all, & I believe that when snakes aren't so stressed they stay healthier too. I've known plenty of snakes that didn't live up to their bad reputations at all, so always keep an open mind, & try to understand where the snake is coming from.
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