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RE: Hatchling Nile Cage Pics

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Posted by: FR at Mon Nov 14 08:55:17 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

First, do not get mad at me for saying what I am going to say. if you can agree to that, you can keep reading.


That is a very pretty cage, and it looks like what many people want a cage to look like. The problem is, its not what the monitor wants it to lool like. And that is very very important.

The cage is something that means an image in your mind, where you get that image is most likely very commerical, like in a reptile mag or something.

The problem is, it provides very little for the monitor. To a point, of nearly ZERO. Sorry. Are you still there or did you hang up already.

This is very common here. People look around and base their decisions of the cage first, Like I can have this nice looking cage, and then put something in it. Oh maybe a monitors, now which one will work. Etc etc etc etc.

The problem is, varanids do not work that way. Maybe its time for a comparison, you know a goofy analogy that makes people wonder the sanity of monitor keepers.

Would you keep your dog in that cage and why not? Answer this then we will move on to the next step. Thanks.

ALso I know you care, as I can see all the work and concern you put into that cage. Its just not for monitors and in particularly, Niles. Maybe a nice Veiled.


   

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