What a busy couple of days.... This week at the rescue we have taken in the following:
4 x Bearded Dragons, 2 x Tortoises, 2 x Tarantulas, 1 x Large Boa, 1 x Bosc Monitor, 1 x Corn Snake, 2 x Plated Lizards and the weeks not yet over....
This week we have managed to find homes for the following:
Pop the Green Iguana - going to Rotherham College. Red the Bearded Dragon, Ava the Columbian Rainbow Boa, 2 x Tarantulas, The Bosc Monitor - all going to Barnsley College. Mojo the Crested Gecko - private rehome and 2 x Musk Turtles - private rehome.
Here at the rescue we rely on the network of animal colleges, zoo's and Wildlife parks in order to place some of our rescued animals. A massive thanks to everyone who has helped us out this week.
Adrian & Deberah
Many Thanks to Bradley Mountford for adopting Harry the Beardie
Many thanks to Alison and Simon Land for giving Bitza a forever home.
Bitza is a male juvenile Bearded Dragon who was rescued from his original owners after been severely mistreated which has resulted in Bitza having suffered 3 stumped legs and a stumped tail. When Bitza 1st came into the rescue he was very bad tempered, understandable after his ordeal, but with regular handling and loving care he is now learning how to be calm and sociable. Luckily his limbs do not hinder his mobility in anyway and he is not in need of any medication.
Adult Green Iguana and Bosc Monitor arriving at the rescue tomorrow. Anyone with experience and interested in re homing please get in touch.
The female Leopard Gecko that was brought into the rescue by the RSPCA after been found abandoned in an house after 16 days has now been adopted by Luke Harper. Thank You Luke.
Gizzy has now been adopted by the Holloway family who have also bought her a brand new vivarium and equipment to spend her happy days in. Thank You.
Good news Kurt has found a loving new home with the Oates family. Bailey has bought Kurt a brand new vivarium and equipment out of his own pocket money. Thank you.
Adult female Corn Snake available for adoption now, very nice healthy female, eating 1 jumbo mouse every 7 days. She appears very tame, placid and easy to handle, previous owner stated she was becoming aggressive but as yet not shown any signs, came in as male but probed as female.