Giving terrapins to a new home

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Brysaa2
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Giving terrapins to a new home

Post by Brysaa2 » Wed Aug 22, 2012 12:20 am

Hey guys.

Not been in here in ages, but unfortunately the time has come where I am moving location to a smaller flat where I will no longer be able to care for my terrapins ever growing need for space. The tank I have is manageable in the flat but unfortunately it's too small for what they need now so the sooner I can shift them the better really, will be sad to see them go.

Does anybody know anywhere that may take them in that I could try, or of anyone who may want them? I have put up a notice on the free section but had only responses to take one rather taphan all three. They are used to being together but I'm happy to let them go individually if it has to be that way. The eastern river cooters seem well suited together as male and female though!

Main concern is a good home.

Thanks guys ~fn-hdbng
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Re: Giving terrapins to a new home

Post by Hendrix » Wed Aug 22, 2012 1:22 am

I've got pond space and tank space for all three, Brysaa2.

Just down the road from Devon, in Truro. PM me and we'll sort something out ~aw-huggles

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Re: Giving terrapins to a new home

Post by Brysaa2 » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:58 am

Hendrix wrote:I've got pond space and tank space for all three, Brysaa2.

Just down the road from Devon, in Truro. PM me and we'll sort something out ~aw-huggles
PM send buddy, thanks
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