Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

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Elaine
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Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

Post by Elaine » 31 Mar 2017, 11:25

A very reluctant decision has been made because of ill health to re-home my much beloved Juliet.

Juliet is a very sweet little six year old Hermanni. She is a sedate, gentle and a little shy. When i got her she had some pyramiding due to incorrect diet, heating/lighting and her habitat was not suitable for her needs . The pyramiding has not got any worse as I have provided her with all the right care. She is loved very much. I would like her to have a loving home with people who will care for her as i do.

Juliet has not been microchipped but has a certificate number. She had a reptile vet give her a clean bill of health on 27 March.

I would like to have updates on how she is settling in.

Please send details of what you could offer Juliet including pictures of your setup to rubyrose@talktalk.net

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Re: Hermanni female Carmarthanshire

Post by Elaine » 16 Apr 2017, 20:07

TTT are so lucky to have such compassionate keepers and members.

A very sad goodbye to Juliet happened today. And a very knowledgeable keeper said Hello to Juliet after an incredibly long journey to fetch this lucky girl.

TTT wish them a long and happy life together.

Elaine
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Nina
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Re: Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

Post by Nina » 16 Apr 2017, 21:03

That is great news, and I'm so pleased that Juliet has found a good home. I know that Carol loved her very much, so it must be a great relief to know that she will be well looked after.

Nina

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Re: Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

Post by Bigjoe » 17 Apr 2017, 18:47

Wonderful news

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Re: Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

Post by CarolHobson » 09 May 2017, 15:47

I have had updates on Juliet and she is settling into her new home just fine. I miss her terribly but glad in the knowledge she is in a loving home. I know I did the right thing for her. Thank you to Elaine and everyone who supported me at this sad time. xx

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Re: Hermanni female Carmarthanshire - REHOMED

Post by Nina » 09 May 2017, 16:04

You did a very unselfish thing by rehoming her, Carol. I know how difficult it was for you to part with Juliet, but I hope that knowing she has gone to a good home is some consolation.

Nina

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