I've teamed up with 🌈Rainbow Rescue🌈 in #Telford to #rescue and rehome exotic species on their behalf. I will be taking in unwanted, neglected reptiles, inverts and other specialist species to rehabilitate and rehome 💞
Check out the link in my bio, under the Rainbow Rescue tab for more information 🌈
“O hear...O hear...O come thee near,
And let me whisper in thine ear.
Come nearer yet, and nearer yet:
I'll wrap thee round, nor shouldst thou fret.
Be thou unshaken, and fear no ill:
Submit unto the Law thy will.
The Law of the Jungle lives and dies
By snapping jaws and lifeless eyes.
We be of one blood, thou and I.
That I may live, so thou shalt die.”
—-Kaa’s Hunting Song #kingsnake#exotic#exoticpet#snake#pet#reptile#photography#exoticrescue#reacue
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This is Marvel one of many unwanted rescued snakes enjoying the morning sun.
SES my handsome rescue Albino African Pygmy Hedgehog Eric 😍. Before he came to me he was left in an enclosure that looked like it had never been cleaned with food scattered amongst his poo on the floor and just a peice of folded reptile carpet for him tp sleep in 😭💔, now he has a proper hide, water and food bowls and an exercise wheel and is looking much healthier for it!😁 #ses#somethingelsesunday#APH#africanpygmyhedgehog#rescue#exoticrescue
One of my favorite rescues! She's come a long way. When I got her she was skin and bones. 🤷🏻♂️ Getting a good soak in today while I did maintenance on her enclosure. She is definitely due for an upgrade.
What do you think when you see this photo? Do you think “oh my goodness I want a monkey on my shoulder too”? Do you feel anger and wonder what on earth I’m doing supporting these kind of practices?
It’s easy to glance at a photo online and pass judgement straight away, but I think it’s important to always understand the context first. This photo was taken at @animaltracksinc a non-profit rescue in California where exotic animals are rescued from the exotic pet trade and given a forever home, cared for by people that can properly look after them, as they are unable to be released back into the wild. Monkeys do not make good pets. They are clever, territorial, and extremely hard work, aka they belong in the wild, living a normal monkey life! The majority of the animals at this rescue were monkeys, due to people purchasing them thinking they’d make a “cool” pet, then realising they couldn’t look after them. I had an amazing time visiting this sanctuary, and, yes, it’s always a special experience to be able to get close up to an animal, however I always use this to provide me extra motivation to keep fighting for those in the wild and helping to raise awareness to end the exploitation of so many species.
I woke up feeling sick yesterday, but I decided to suck it up and go out with some friends and then this happened!!! Nothing like meeting a cute baby sloth and quality time with good people to make a girl feel better! Look at that face!
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SINGER SUNDAY! This week features Reba and Bono (right), two of our seven rescued New Guinea Singing dogs. Photo by Megan Murphy.
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