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RE: will this work for a monitor cage?

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Posted by: Carlton at Thu Oct 13 14:07:05 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Carlton ]  
   

A couple of thoughts, please bear with me. From your last 2 posts it seems this monitor decision is very important to you which is great, but somehow the idea of placing the living space for your animal in a back room of a basement instead of somewhere in the main living area of your home seems odd. The space may save you time and money (but you also said you have the money to spend on an enclosure so does that matter?), the climate might technically work for the lizard, but it would be sort of out of sight/out of mind. I'd think you would want to incorporate this animal's life into the home you seem to care so much about (visually). I know if I put a lot into any animal...carefully choosing the species, designing what will give it a good quality of life, to observe, interact, and create its habitat and its environment, I'd want to be able to enjoy it more directly. If any habitat I build is best for the animal I don't care what it looks like. I'll bend my lifestyle around what it needs. That's where the enjoyment comes in.


   

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