Rehome

Phenomenalhm

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Nov 9, 2014
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Location (City and/or State)
St. Louis Missouri
I am looking to rehome my red foot tortoise. Male. About 8 yo. 10 inches long. 6 inches wide. Free, but must prove that you have an indoor and outdoor space to accommodate his needs. He has always been an only pet and not around other tortoises. I live in St. Louis Missouri. Must provide pick up.


I am only rehoming him because I feel he needs a better indoor enclosure that I cannot provide. Message me if interested.

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Av8ersperk

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Jul 2, 2018
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Location (City and/or State)
Houston TX
Hello, I’m interested in adopting your Redfoot Tortoise. My wife & I live in a Houston TX and care for our Leopard and Sulcata tortoises.
 

wellington

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Tortoise Club
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Sep 6, 2011
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Chicago, Illinois, USA
Always be careful of new members that join only wanting a free tortoise. They usually want to resell them.
 

helosoldier66

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Mar 1, 2018
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Location (City and/or State)
Southern Alabama
I am interested and have been looking for a few months. I'm in southern Alabama but have family in STL that could pick it up and bring it to me next week. I have 3 adult female redfoot.
 

Av8ersperk

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Jul 2, 2018
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Location (City and/or State)
Houston TX
Hello, I’m interested in adopting your Redfoot Tortoise. My wife & I live in a Houston TX and care for our Leopard and Sulcata tortoises.
I may be a new member to this forum but I’m not a novice at raising Tortoise & turtles & other herps. My interest is purely for the care of the refdoot. If you would meet me at a local airport, I’ll fly up & get the Tortoise.

Thank you
Christopher
 

JasonThornton

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Nov 3, 2018
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Location (City and/or State)
Oviedo, FL
I visited Repticon today in Tampa, Florida. They had several vendors with redfoots. I learned something today, Redfoots need protein and in the wild, they will each dead animals they come across. One vendor told me he feeds his redfoots frozen/thawed mice once ever 3 weeks, another vendor told me that he feeds soft dog food to his 2 times per month.

I would definitely be interested in your tortoise, but I live in Florida, and I dont like the idea of trusting fedex with live animals. I know its something that many people do, but seems like there must be someone local that takes care of these beautiful tortoises, so why ship them.
 
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