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Re: GOING CRAZY


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Posted by abstractcypher on April 06, 2003 at 21:52:04:

In Reply to: Re: GOING CRAZY posted by AlliMarie on April 06, 2003 at 18:30:17:

Well, first things first...DO NOT let your Ig go i the back yard. I repeat, DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE"S let him go in the back yard. (or anywhere for that matter)He WILL NOT survive. There are plenty of reptile adoption agencies all across the country, and he deserves better than that. We, as a people, have choosen to tame these creature's, and it's our duty to take care of them. One thing you must understand is that not all Ig's will become tame. It just doesn't happen. In 4 month's he should have gotten better, but it can take up to, and exceeding a year in some cases. Patience is your best weapon here. Good luck.


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