I= Iguana and my other exotic homies.


Today we are going wild!  Ever had a blue  Iguana come at you ?

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OF COURSE WE WILL GET ALONG …..  A START TOO A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP

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    THIS IGUANA  IS TRYING TO EMBRACE HIS TRUE ROOTS. HE DON’T KNOW HE TROPICAL AND HE NO BELONG HERE. HERE AINT HIS ROOTS

I THINK I AM PRETTY CLUED UP TO LOOK AFTER ONE OF THESE ANIMALS,DAISY

  1. Did you know that  you , the confident private owner of  exotic animals get  killed and seriously injured more than you think.

  2. Children have been known to be suffocated to death by snakes, people mauled by tigers and killed by wolf-dog hybrids. This a a huge problem where I live.

  3. A pet is not just for Christmas and may even come with lots of small presents with it like  rabies, tuberculosis, hepatitis, tularemia, Salmonella, herpes B virus, and ringworm, to name a few.  All can be passed on to you. A human. DO you really want your child and grandma with a weak immune system to catch a disease and die?

  4. Reptiles like the turtle  are not allowed to be sold but we all know animals get sold on the black market

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OKAY, MISS DAISY KNOW IT ALL , WHAT ARE THE RISKS TO THE ENVIRONMENT?

  1. People can barely meet an animals needs in captivity

  2. A doctor not from the country your wild exotic animal comes from may NOT have the knowledge of any illness or disease that your animal has or picks up

  3. It has been known that owners , in an attempt ,to make their pets safe and friendly -de claw tigers and pull out monkeys teeth!

  4. Usually owners end up at the end of their tether and try and re sell these wild animals and don’t have much success. Who  wants a wild animal with behaviour problems?

  1. Animal sanctuaries are wary of accepting new wild life. It might just in balance the eco system that has taken years to sustain.

  2. These animals get sold by the road side to circuses and or  they are used to re-breed so that another person earn a bit of money off them

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IS THIS WHAT YOU WANT?  ME HOMELESS? IN A STRANGE LAND? YOU HUMAN -HAVE GIVEN ME ISSUES! LIKE WHAT’S UP WITH THAT?

WHAT ABOUT THE LAWS,DAISY?

Most laws do not protect the right of these animals. There are always in the welfare act. It costs shit loads of  cash to enforce these laws. Animals don’t come high up the list in what  the government should spend money on. Excluding Australia. They are shit hot with their priorities  on animal welfare.

My advice: Don’t get a fucking exotic pet unless you can exactly replicate the ecosystem they naturally live in and are skilled and a professional.

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Even when they are dead humans will find a use for them

 

People will do what they want but don’t say I didn’t warn you…….

 

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9 thoughts on “I= Iguana and my other exotic homies.

  1. I’ve a sort of saurophobia, which is fear of reptiles. I’m mortally scared of all reptiles, except snakes and wish to keep away from them. But, I don’t want hurt them and want them gone, mind you! They look so helpless and scared, anyway! More than timid I!

    You have raised certain very valid and ignored points, Daisy! When I saw this post, I didn’t expect it to be so serious and thought provoking! Wish more people thought like you, my friend!

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