P.S. you cant house a royal and a corn together.Hi rona
So glad that you added your name to your wee bit.
May i now put my wee bit down. Your mum, a really nice lady, contacted us to say that you had a snake but you lost it some time ago and that they would like to adopt one from the rescue for you. We said we had a small corn for adoption. This wee beastie which had a tiny mark on the underside, was a lively good eater, who did all the things wee snakes do. Your mum was delighted and came with your dad, (you have excellent parants) to collect him. Your mum phoned to say how pleased you all were with him and that she would possibly like one for herself at some point.
Unfortunatly after a few months the poor wee snake died, (you told us that your vet said that it could have been gal bladder problems, or impaction), and we felt so sorry for you that we gave you another to replace him, you seemed delighted with this, your mum also adopted a wee corn as well, she is a natural with animals. When you were in our home we made you very welcome and we talked at length and I took a beautiful healthy Royal, that had a shedding problem as many Royals do, this I explaned to you, and Morphous a beautiful Gopher snake who I looked on as a pet but decided that he deserved a new individual home, to let you and your mum see how larger snakes were compared to the tiny corns. You instantly liked the Royal and your mum liked Morphy. You adopted the Royal which was in excellent condition apart from her shedding problem.
You wanted to adopt her which you did, we are still waiting for the donation you were going to send, your mum reluctiently decided not to adopt morphy as your dad had built a beautiful viv for her wee snake, she did not have enough room for another viv.
In between all this we were told that your corn had escaped from his viv and we gave you some advise on how to hopefully get him back, and reasured you that he would eventually reappear which he did.
You asked about putting your Royal and Corn in together, I said that providing they were equal size it should be fine, we have several friends who have kept the two species together for years with no problems, and this was long before we met you.
When we invited you into our home it was undergoing major reconstruction including a new roof, but we took the time to make you welcome, and this is the way you repay us. Hope this is the end to this matter as I do not have time to sit at the computer all day.