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Old 08-21-2011, 07:52 PM
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Thanks Greg. I just went out and sprayed all of them and wiped down the rack. I found two live mites on the towel when I wiped down the rack, but most were dead and the snakes all looked good. Sangria still hasn't shed though.

As for the ones being babysat, Abby ate a mouse today and the guy taking care of her and Char said she's definitely feeling better because she's developed an attitude toward him lol
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Old 08-30-2011, 06:12 PM
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i'm not here for a few months and as usual, chaos ensues. i'm sorry as my absense is clearly to blame
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Old 08-31-2011, 02:43 PM
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Sorry to hear about all your trouble Snuffles. I lost several snakes this past year as well. Several I couldn't begin to explain what happened and 2 that I take total blame for.
I know how sickening it can feel to lose pets that you dedicate so much time and effort towards.
I hope you get those mites wiped out. I think there probably one of the worst draw backs to keeping snakes.
It seems like no matter the precaution you take you always end up with them.
I hope you get everything back to normal.
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Old 08-31-2011, 02:48 PM
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Algar, clearly it is your fault. Shame on you for putting me through all of this with your damn absences.

Thanks Mike. I couldn't begin to explain why in the hell I lost that spider ball python .... We couldn't find anyone to do a necropsy on her in time, so now we'll never know what in the hell was the cause .... Which is scary because I've never seen/heard of what happened to her before, nor has anyone else I've talked to about it. As for the Rosies I lost .... Well .... I'll take responsibility for them ... I should have checked on them sooner, I'd have noticed the maggots before they could do any harm. But I have no idea how in the hell maggots could have gotten into my snake rack in the first place ...
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