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Posted by: ThaDragonSlayer at Mon Oct 31 07:34:17 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ThaDragonSlayer ]  
   

In the spring of this year, I purchased 2 baby savs ( 1 cb, 1 wc ). Their appetites were excellent. The wc is semi aggressive but the cb was fairly tame/tolerant of people. Earlier this month, I came home only to discover that the cb sav had escaped from his cage. I had accidentally left the screen partially open after feeding them. After about an hour of searching, I found him. Fast fwd to last Thurs. I come from work only to discovcer that he has escaped AGAIN. I rearranged my entire place trying to locate him but to know success. I'm starting to worry about him. He's a pretty decent size for his age (he's a little under 2ft long & large enough to eat 3 large adult mice). I noticed a small hole in the wall near the loaction I found him @ after his first escape. I'm wondering if it's possible that he's inside the wall. I'm also thinking he may have gone upstairs but I'm not sure they can stairs that well. I live in Mass. & its started to get very cold here. I've been leaving the heat on hoping he comes out to warm up and/or eat. What else can I possibly do to locate my escaped sav?


   

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