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Should I adopt?

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Posted by: rustynail777 at Wed May 6 03:10:16 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rustynail777 ]  
   

Hi I am new here,but I am hoping to get some good advice.
I have a 1 year old (about 4" sulcata.

She currently lives in a tortoise table,with supervised outdoor time.
I have already built her an out door enclosure with doghouse ect...

BUT....I recently was approached by someone to see if I wanted to take their 8" (probably 3-5 pound) sulcata.

I said no,but they are asking again.
I am still unsure.
I really dont know the sex of either,mine was temp sexed female,but that is 50/50 anyway.
And the size difference is pretty big.

So should I just avoid this and just concentrate on the one little one,or take on another?
I live in Phoenix so the temps are good,and they will live outdoors(with heated house for cold days ect.

Any advice would be great!!Thanks


   

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