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Category Archives: Foster Animals
Taking in and caring for sick, hurt, abandoned or otherwise considered “throw-away animals” comes easily to me. Taking in an animal and ensuring it gets healthy again is the easy part. Finding homes for them where I feel they will … Continue reading
If you are reading this you are most likely in the position of wanting to switch over from live feeding to frozen / thawed (F/T). Or maybe you are already trying the F/T method and finding that you are having … Continue reading
For those that witnessed Joyce’s fretting over Callisto’s mouth, I took him back to the vet today. Apparently I just worry a lot. Vet said Callisto’s abscess DOES NOT appear to be back, but for a good measure we are … Continue reading
I ran into Dabric and Adam at the movies on Friday night and they asked about Callisto which made me think that likely some more of you all might be interested, so I thought I would share a photo of … Continue reading
See all the fosters here If you are interested in adopting this animal, please contact Joyce. This is Athena, a female boa constrictor that was dropped at the shelter in March of 2013. Due to the combined efforts of Jamie, … Continue reading
Callisto is home and back in his enclosure. Dr. Neville commented over and over what a “nice snake” Callisto is and when it was time to show me how to do the antibiotics shots, he even said that Callisto was … Continue reading