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RE: Calabars, uh oh?

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Posted by: Lovin2act at Thu Sep 16 15:48:02 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Lovin2act ]  
   

I have been hearing that alot as well. I have him in a spacious sterilite right now that holds in moisture quite well so hopefully he will thrive in there. So far he seems to be doing great! I find him cruising about and burrowing by night and early mornings, and then by day he is in one of his hides curled up and content (at least I think he is haha!). Sometimes he even sleeps curled up in the open next to a fake plant I have in there. So I would hope that means he feels pretty safe and comfy to do that. I am going to try a f/t mouse hopper tonight when I feed the rest of my crew and see if by some miracle he will take it down (I dont have rat fuzzies handy yet). I really want this guy to work out so keep him in your prayers tonight everyone! Haha!
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