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  1. Etania Cheng

    Red ear sliders in need of larger and better homes (Free)

    Currently I have three red ear sliders that need a new home. I got 4 red ear sliders when I was really young and didn't know the size that they could grow to. I plan to keep one of them, but because they're still growing, I can't provide the best home for them anymore. All 3 of the turtles I...
  2. J

    Help with Redfoot that I took in as a rehome

    I've had Genus: Gopherus native desert tortoises since I was a child and have been licensed to have them by the State if California. I do not have them now so no need to segregate. I recently took in a red foot tortoise as a rescue. He was on Craig's List for so very long that I thought maybe I...
  3. J

    Need to rehome large male redfoot tortoise

    I need to rehome my large (12 x 10 inch) redfoot male tortoise. I took him as a rehome since the people were desperate but am in over my head. I want to make sure he can go to a home that can provide for his needs with a good yard or enclosure, great diet, and loving care. No rehoming charge...
  4. J

    HELP!! New member and can't figure out how to post on visible threads

    Hi, I am a new member and cannot for the life of me figure out how to post on visible established threads. I've used the "contact us" part of the site for help twice weeks apart but I've had no reply and certainly no help. I've had Genus: Gopherus native desert tortoises since I was a child...
  5. Dfwgolden

    Rehoming 3 Adult Box Turtles

    i am needing to rehome 3 adult three toed box turtles. They have been captive their entire lives ages range from 13 to 33. Two of them were rescues and came to me with severe MBD. They required beak reshaping procedures and still require regular filing and toenail trims. Two males and a...
  6. maggiefbryant

    Need to Re-home My Russian Tortoise Fast

    Hello! I recently took in a Russian tortoise for a coworker who was suppose to be moving to another state. Well she never ended up moving but now I am and she does not want him back. He is very sweet. I was told he is about 6-7 years old. She didn't have a UV lamp for him so I bought one. He...
  7. kalisha

    Good home for Red-Foot Tortoise (Tucson-San Francisco Area)

    Beloved 16-ish male (we were told) red-foot tortoise needs re-homing due to an overseas move to New Zealand, which does not accept reptiles. Looking for an excellent owner between the Tucson, AZ area and anywhere up the CA coast to the San Francisco area. Will deliver July-August. Must be...
  8. H

    Update on "Boulder", my Sulcata I'm Fostering

    So the little guy (or gal) I took in a little while back is thriving, I'm sure thanks to the advice I've gotten here, so thank you everyone for the advice! I'm soaking him about as often as possible, keeping his "tank" (more like a bin) in the 60%+ humidity range and 80+ degrees with a 95-100...
  9. IRTehDuckie

    Male Sulcata for smaller species of tortoise

    Hello! I am looking to rehome a tortoise, a possible trade would be much more desireable. About my tortoise? It is a male! Currently weighing in at 37lbs and only 5 years old. Healthy eater of course, Gibbs is a sulcata haha! Trade? I'll do it for a smaller species, greek, russian, possibly...
  10. jobroyo

    Should I re-home my russian?

    ALSO POSTED TO CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS SECTION Hey everyone. I haven't been on here in awhile. I adopted a female russian tort. from a friend in March 2017- she was clearly being neglected, and I absolutely fell in love with her. I renamed her Ollie, and I attempted to turn a rabbit hutch into an...
  11. KayluhhKay

    Moving Dilemma

    Hi guys, update on our two Russian tortoises, they have been doing great since we built an outdoor enclosure for them. My husband was just recently offered a promotion we couldn't turn down and we will be moving to Fargo. We are currently in Florida and our torts just LOVE being outside so I'm...
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