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  1. KathyM
    22-08-2010 12:34 PM - permalink
    Hi - just to let you know that Farley, the rat I got off you last year with his leg hanging off, that you left without vet treatment, passed away in his sleep the night before last after a year of being absolutely cherished here.
  2. RockRomantic
    24-12-2009 07:09 PM - permalink
    merry xmas x
  3. alan66
    18-08-2009 08:16 PM - permalink
    Just to say I met this lady for the first time today and she is a real gentleman LOL.
    Wonderful work and sooo knowledgable and loving towards geckos.
    Gets my vote anyday.
  4. shell2909
    11-08-2009 12:10 PM - permalink
    thanks toxic
  5. shell2909
    11-08-2009 12:04 PM - permalink
    do you know if they sell it at Tesco?
  6. shell2909
    11-08-2009 11:58 AM - permalink
    hey toxic, just wondering whats the herb salad you use called? (ours have slowly got addicted to rocket salad and i need ideas on something new)
  7. rox
    21-07-2009 02:21 PM - permalink
    hey i saw you take animals in and that you wont be for a while but if you get a pair of iggies in could you let me know id love to take em off ya hands x
  8. ToxicSiren
    19-07-2009 06:37 PM - permalink
    Update on some of the reptile rescues:

    Logan (cwd)- Since coming here he has gained around 10-12 g. His muscle tone is getting stronger and his broken bones are healing well. He has returned to a lovely bright green and loves to swim and eat!

    Jesse- ( Baby beadie who was paralized from waist down)- Im must say he is doing great. He is fully walking and running again after building up the strenth in his back legs through excersise and swimming! He is now a whopping 198g and is growing very quick.

    Lunar (geecko with MBD)- We have been working with Lunar for 18 months now and she is showing great signs of improvments. Her shakes have stopped fully and she can now hunt for herself again. She never misses a cricket now and is bulking up nicely with a big fat tail.

    Pics to follow shortly!

  9. ToxicSiren
    15-07-2009 08:05 PM - permalink
    ToxicSiren is feeling very low and hurt, and is very sorry for even trying to help.
  10. Danny J
    17-05-2009 12:50 PM - permalink
    Danny J
    Hiya, I have a thred in the rehoming section at the moment. Someone suggested I speak to you about rehoming one of my geckos that has mbd. I try to look after him as much as I can but it just upsets me to see him as he is. He isn't eating very well and I'm just worried he's going to die through starvation. Can you help? or suggest anyone who can?


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