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Posted by cyberfrog on April 02, 2003 at 17:30:49:
In Reply to: Re: what about mealworms? posted by cyberfrog on April 02, 2003 at 17:18:08:
Yes, that is a strange policy, but it was made because I had to go away and the person who was feeding my animals the is stupid so in getting crickets from tub to cup she let probably 100 of them loose in the building. Neighbors complain, they know I'm the only one with reptiles, so I get the ultimatum, they find more crickets, I'm gone.
:Tried meal worms, one of them eats them, the other one won't. They both prefer crickets. Why I'm giving them both away.
:: That is one of the strangest policies I have ever heard. I've lived in lots of apts. and never had a policy like that. Would they even know you had the geckos? What if you switched to mealworms? I am picturing little signs around your complex, like crickets with a red circle around them and a line through it. All the wild crickets leaving the area with little sticks over their shoulders and all their belongings tied to the end in a little bag.