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Old 01-15-14, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Another PREVENTABLE tragedy with live feeding



once again, someone leaves a rat in with a BP overnight......

grabbed this off facebook just now
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Old 01-15-14, 01:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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JESUS F!@# Omg poor little bugger. That is horrible.
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That's awful. How can people be so stupid
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Re: Another avoidable tragedy with live feeding

I cant, wont and don't even want to look at pictures like this, It just disturbs me so damn much
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I just do not get it.....All the person had to do was stay in the room, and watch to make sure something like this didn't happen.... Heck, when I had to feed a female Ball I had live prey, I stayed in the room... even though the short squeal by the rat did get to me when the female struck and grabbed her....but I stayed until the female had the rat halfway down......


That just makes me sick to see
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That just makes me sick to see
Me too, I cant stand seeing this crap from negligent owners
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What facebook was it?
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I think this should be stickied. I actually think we should have a sticky thread of what happens when live feedings go bad. I should go find the link about the people that let their retic with their puppy and how they no longer own said puppy.
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I think this should be stickied. I actually think we should have a sticky thread of what happens when live feedings go bad. I should go find the link about the people that let their retic with their puppy and how they no longer own said puppy.
This should be stickied, along with what happens when you cohab snakes. Pardon the expression, but i know we can't fix stupid, or ignorance, but we can show hard cold evidence of how tragic either one of these events can turn out to be....
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I think this should be stickied. I actually think we should have a sticky thread of what happens when live feedings go bad. I should go find the link about the people that let their retic with their puppy and how they no longer own said puppy.

What?! Please do find that link I would like to read that. They literally left their puppy with the retic?

Incidents like that give the large constrictors in the hobby a really bad name. Yet it is due to the ignorance of the owner...
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Re: Another avoidable tragedy with live feeding

I think it needs a band aid....

but on all seriousness, that is just awful. my dad feeds live but its because his won't eat anything else. but, that doesn't mean to leave it in with a live feeder. I fed live when I first got my mbk (out of curiosity) I fed both live and f/t. I stoped feeding live not only because it was easier to keep mice in the freezer(so I don't have to pay the money to take care of them) but also to be sure a mishap like this would never happen.
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What?! Please do find that link I would like to read that. They literally left their puppy with the retic?

Incidents like that give the large constrictors in the hobby a really bad name. Yet it is due to the ignorance of the owner...
They had got pictures of the snake eating the dog and put them on fb. The thread is on the boi.
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They had got pictures of the snake eating the dog and put them on fb. The thread is on the boi.

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