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Re: college and reptiles


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Posted by RHACO-JACKO on October 14, 2002 at 10:48:08:

In Reply to: college and reptiles posted by drummagirl on October 14, 2002 at 10:04:41:

I dont want to sound negative, but you must sometimes make decisions not based selfishness but what is best for your animals (obviously your life style has changed). In my opinion, I feel that your busy with college and your Mom's husbandry habbits are not up to par (I am by no means blaming your Mom, because I assume the crested was initially your responsability) . I dont think a misting system will solve or create an easier maitenence schedule. You will still need to monitor the misters water level, dial in the output of water by trial and error (which could be time consuming) and make sure the tank is not getting saturated. If the simple task of monitoring the water level is currently not being maintained, I really feel a new home for your crested would be in its best interest. Once again dont take my response the wrong way, my opinions are based on the best interest of your crested (sorry for being repetitive). Hope all works out. Jack


:Hey everyone, i wanted to get your opinions on somthin. While i am enjoying the college dorm life my crested is still back home being watched after by my mother. I go home enough to feed all my 'kids' but i have caught them a couple of times being really low on water. i was thinking about getting a mister or somthing along those lines so that i (or my mom) won't have to worry about water/humidity levels. What do you guys think? If that would work what kind of mister should i look for? Thanx!!

:the drummagirl





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