Princess in Waiting
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Central FL - beside the Mouse
Would love to see your turtle dance, Pammie! My daughter has a red-eared slider, also, and it's really funny to see how much personality they have. Her husband is forever finding box turtles while he is out mowing, but it is hard to get them to stay at their house.
We have anoles here by the dozens. (I used to call them "lizards" but was corrected - Erin used to work in a pet store, too). I just love them. I kind of freaked when I found a baby one in the kitchen the other night. And kind of accidentally severed the end of his tail from his body. Mom was yelling for Dad to come step on it and I had a fit. When we find them in our house they are taken back outside. I just love to see them scurry around, and would feed them but have never investigated to see what they eat.
(Not a reptile, but a funny story. One day Bubba went out to do his pool maintenance - he won't let me have a handsome young pool man - and found a mole in the pool. You know they can't see, but we have several tunnels on one side of the yard so this one just went astray. He picked it up in the net and flipped it over the fence. He's also rescued several frogs from the pool.)
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