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Posted by lele on May 09, 2003 at 17:21:26:
In Reply to: Problem Cham - Looking - What to buy? posted by dank7oo on May 09, 2003 at 17:01:51:
I have to ask...what will you do with your old one? I would think if you've had this one for a long time, and this is new behavior, something may be upsetting him and stressing him out. Wouldn't you rather work with this one to figure out what is going on with him? Just my thoughts, but I think when we take on the responsibility of any animal we are obligated to take care of it thru its life. I don't know if you have been following icequeen's posts but there were many times she could have given up but didn't and she has now been well rewarded - and so is Zoe.
Sorry, I don't meant to come on too strong as you never know how a post is intended or taken, but it just sort of sounds like "well, this toy is broken so I guess I'll get a new one." Or did I miss your intentions?
::i have a full growm male veiled cham which just recently started biting. i used to take him out almost everyday, but lately i cant even get my hand inside the cage. this is quite agrivating, and getting to the point where i want a new one (because what fun is a cham that bites). anyways, i dont want another veiled, so i have a question:
::what cham should i buy?
::i want one that is good with being handled (even as adults)
::looks cool (of course!)
::and it has to be a reasonable price (i am looking to spend up to 200$)
::i am also looking for a good live plant that can survive off the misting of a cham for a 4 foot tall mesh cage
::please let me know and thank for your help!
:PS the cage is 4 feet high, 3 wide, and 2 deep