5 Year Member
- Jul 11, 2014
- Location (City and/or State)
- Spokane Valley WA
Here are a couple pictures of the Greek. They are asking $299.00 for him.I am toying with the idea of getting another toward us. Since what ever I get is going to need separate enclosure anyway I thought maybe I would try another species. I have a Russian and a box turtle, a Greek could definitely work. Did he look healthy? I just can't have a Sulcata.
Thanks. I think they are going to fit. Louise is angry and unfriendly. Thelma seems to be very out going and personable. When I get a male I can name him J.D. lolHe is a gorgeous tortoise. I don't know if I have $299 though. I will definitely think about it but maybe make a thread advertising him here also. I love your names for your new tortoises
Here is their website, Sprague store.http://nwseed.com/I'm sure Louise will chill out. I would've been grumpy to kept in those conditions. See what she's like in a month or two. What is the name of the store again? Maybe I will call them and see if they will take less money, I can't justify $299. I will keep looking for a tortoise to rescue that is not quite as expensive.
I do get lucky n find dandelions once in a while. Thelma likes Mazuri, but neither of them ate any of cactus tonight. Louise is eating now. Not good, but I think she's ok. Makes me feel a bit guilty. The only reason my husband let me get them was because I was sure she had eggs. I know she was digging with her back legs, so I am confused about what happened to the eggs. We are glad she is ok. Just confused.I laughed when I read the post about your husband thinking the tortoise was gone when it was just buried. I've done that too. I have searched the outdoor enclosure on my hands and knees and swore to God my tortoise got out, and when I just about hit panic mode I finally found her. your new tortoise will start to eat eventually. my Russian tortoise won't eat the grassland food either. Sometimes you can find dandelion greens at the grocery store, look in the organic section.