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I see where you were coming from........................


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Posted by GRR on March 19, 2003 at 01:41:04:

In Reply to: I think it was just me.. a summary if you want to save time posted by Doug T on March 18, 2003 at 23:57:28:

I read all the posts in the python forum. I see where you were coming from.

I think it was wrong for you to have personal attacks done to you. I will not keep different species together, but I am not going to bash you for stating that you or anyone you know does.

And I do agree with you. If th Animal is thriving what is wrong with it. To each their own.

Well untill next time
GRR


:I was saying I had seen it and that both were thriving. It was Not a recomendation for how to house either Burmese Pythons or Indigos.

:It was part of a discussion on housing different species together. Some folks were becoming rather insulting to others about it, so I thought I'd toss a touch of real-life, seen with my own eyes experience about the very first indigo I ever saw in the flesh. It was being housed with a big ol' burmese python, and had been for years.

:Several folks were bringing up the real risks involved with housing different species together, while others mentioned that I should never have children or be allowed to keep animals because I thought it possible that certain species might actually be able to coexist in the same cage.

:I promise Ville, I will do my best not to have children of my own. I can't promise that I'll not keep animals though.

:Doug T

::I'm no expert, but a few people over at the python forum told me this was OK. I was just wondering what you guys thought about it. If you don't believe me, check it out for yourself. This is not a troll attack, but a serious quandry.

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