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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Thanks Eric trust me we are trying. They have been outside all their lives doing what they should do. And always come through great, we are just hesitant as the climate change will be not only drastically, but they will lose some time as it is shorter good weather up there as compared to SC.
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Everything still on table, rehoming, trying to buy South enough in ME we could take them. Which would require outdoor enclosure and maybe indoor also, so 4 all together for the 2. Anyone here do fridge hibernation if you cannot do outside? What would be healthier indoors awake all winter...
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Sorry to hear about her passing 😢 all options on table. I'll circle back with yoy
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Have a link? I can imagine they would not grandfather in owners.
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Hope your enjoying your stay here in SC. Thanks for post, work is crazy busy so not here as often as I'd like. Are you offering them a home possibly?
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Still trying to figure things out. I work in transportation and things are CRAZY!!! Can't find a new home in Maine to save our lives, bidding wars are insane, buyers waiving inspections etc.. world gone mad.
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    Anyone experience this behavior?

    To funny, they are creatures of habit. Mine get all in a twist when we go in to "change" something in their enclosure. Their curiosity usually gets the better of them however after a bit :)
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    Bad care

    :) :) :) :) :)
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    OK will do
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    Re-homing? NC-SC

    Hey Wellington - I have done that; https://www.tortoiseforum.org/threads/relocating-hibernation.190929/ Just does not seem feasible, to move them to this climate. We are trying to think of every conceivable way trust me. And we keep doing so daily. As for Maine - we are thinking anything...
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