Hi all! I have a multitude of reptiles I need to find good homes for. They've been my babies for a while now but I just got my dream job and it is very demanding and I havel little to no time to give them the care adn attention they deserve.
Here's what I've got:
1 Female Panther Chameleon ($120) - very sweet, about 2 years old, named Noodle right now but can be changed, she enjoys days out in the sun & scooping up hornworms and crickets. She was a foster turned permanent resident and needs lots of love and attention.
1 Male Veiled Chameleon ($85) - moody little man, he is stunted due to havng had MBD when he was young, he was given over to me to help him heal & care for him but they decided he was doing better in my care than theirs and let me keep him. Named Bean right now but can be changed! He may have an attitude but with a little working with he tends to open up more. Loves crickets and mealworms but hasn't come around to the idea of hornworms yet.
**Chameleons are not good first time pets unless you do a LOT of research beforehand, they can be very finicky and prone to illness, PLEASE have experience**
1 Male Juvenile Banana Ball Python ($100) - very very sweet, gentle boy, hes about a year old and is very curious and loves to be out and about. Currently eating large f/t mice. Named Monty currently.
1 Male Adult Pastel Ball Python ($150) - another very sweet boy, about 4 yrs old, purchased him at Repticon a few years back, he IS a proven breeder but aside from that he's sweet, curious, and always looking for another rat. Currently eating Medium/Adult f/t rats. Named Applesauce right now, Sauce for short!
1 Male Juvenile Spider Ball Python ($100) - the feistiest and youngest of all my boys, but also very sweet. About 11 mo old. Eats like a champ and is always down to explore. He does not have a severe wobble but sometimes will find himself corkscrewing when he's exploring. Eats large f/t mice currently. Named Gus!
***I am selling them all separately (or together for $400), they will each come with their respective homes as well as decor, heating, any lighting, bowls, foliage, etc. The enclosures will NOT have substrate in them for transport & hygeine reasons, so make sure to have some at home! The ball pythons will come with a few weeks worth of food each as well!
Feel free to TEXT me if you're interested in any of them and I will provide photos/videos of them all. (My phone silences unknown numbers so text is ideal)
Thanks so much guys!