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I am rehoming my 7 year old Redfoot. She is really lovely. She is friendly, she eats anything, and she loves to hang out by her pool and catch some rays.
I live in L.A., and I am looking for an experienced owner with some outdoor space for her. Please message me.
I just received my order of the heat cables. The problem is that the plug has two large prongs vs one large and one small. So I can't plug it in to anything! Making it useless. Has anyone had this problem or found a resolution?
I posted a pic on its own and with a proper North...
I live in SoCal and there is a lot of red and green cactus fruit available right now. I have redfoots and they eat cactus regularly. However I haven't heard much about the fruit! Also there are seeds inside. Would it be better to separate fruit, from the seeds, in case of stomach...
they are beautiful. I love seeeing their growth, and the differences in sizes is amazing! I was just wondering what their enclosure looks like?
Because Tom has shown his as part of his experiment, and I just wanted to compare? Thanks
Love the setup! For the lights... I'm guessing your husband is very handy and was able to wire the electrical light fixtures and wires? Are the base for the Che ceramic light fixtures? I would love to do something like that however I'm not super electrical savy! But may be able to get...
So I finished Trinity's, and the babies outdoor enclosure. I've been busy! lol. She's actually been in it for awhile now, I just didn't have time to post, and then I started on the babies indoor enclosure.
So I used the same 3.5 millimeter thick vapor barrier, and made her a really...
I redid the baby enclosure, because the humidity was starting to rot the wood. So I took everything out, allowed the wood to dry, scrubbed with vinegar, dried again. Then waterproofed it, and voila! New enclosure time!
I used 3.5 millimeter thick vapor barrier. I used my staple gun to...