AS A RESCUE WE HAVE A MINIMUM ADOPTION DONATION IN PLACE FOR ALL OF OUR ANIMALS, THESE ARE NOTED BELOW...
DOGS - £180. (BONDED PAIRS - £250)
SMALL REPTILES (CORN SNAKES, GECKO' S ETC) - £45
MEDIUM REPTILES (ROYAL PYTHONS, BEARDED DRAGONS, CHINESE WATER DRAGONS ETC) - £65
LARGE REPTILES (BOA CONSTRICTORS, RETICULATED PYTHONS, TEGUS ETC ) £100
TORTOISES - £75
THESE ARE NOT SET FEE'S THESE ARE MINIMUM DONATIONS ACCEPTED TO ADOPT.
We have a 14 day 'settling in' period, this means that if within 14 days you decided that your adopted animal won't suite your family we will refund your minimum adoption donation and bring the animal back into rescue.
There is no minimum donation in place to foster with us,
HOWEVER... IF YOU WANTED TO ADOPT YOUR FOSTERED ANIMAL OUR MINIMUM ADOPTION DONATION WOULD BE IN PLACE AS WITH ALL ADOPTIONS.
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch
This little beauty was found in the LITHERLAND - L21 area of LIVERPOOL and collected by us on the 14/04/2020, we are now appealing for an owner, we will carry on looking for an owner for 4 weeks.
If nobody re claims we will be fecal examining and getting ready for adoption from 11/05/2020
If you have lost a snake that looks like this please contact us and send pictures of your missing snake and we can compare markings.
We suspect he/she is a young adult,
Possibly around 2 years old.
Hermann is a stunning royal python,
He came in extremely underweight as he was a fussy feeder, has now eating weekly and gaining weight nicely,
He will be available to adopt once he is at a healthy weight and had a clear fecal exam.
Henry is a lovely looking boy, he is super friendly but is shy so will hide his head in the typical 'ball' if spooked.
He is currently awaiting his fecal exam before he goes up for adoption
Leo is currently in foster in Preston, he is awaiting his fecal exam before he goes up for adoption
Clyde is a lovely looking cornsnake with a bit of an attitude, he can be rather defensive when getting him out of his enclosure, he also is rather food orientated, if he smells food on you he will bite you in a bid to get a free meal 😂
He is awaiting his fecal before he goes up for adoption
Lilly is such a sweet girl, she was extremely malnourished when she arrived.
She is gaining wait well and will be fecal tested asap ready for adoption.
This boy is a beauty!
However he is rather defensive, he will be seeking an experienced adopter once he has had his fecal exam.
Kernel is a stunner!
She handles fairly well but as corn snakes are she can be fast.
She will be seeking an adoptive home once she has had her fecal exam.
What can we say about tucker other than hes just adorable!
He has a lovely pattern at the moment, though its possible they will fade as he ages.
He will be seeking his forever home once he has had his fecal exam
We love this girl, she is absolutely gorgeous.
And a lovely sweet personality to match, she will occasionally feed of tweezers but she prefers to catch her own dinner or eat out of a dish.
She will be looking for her adoptive home once she has been fecal tested.
A minimum enclosure size will need to be 3x2x2ft with overhead heating and UV.
We are happy to advise if needed
Fat man is a stunning corn snake, he is the largest corn we have in at the moment, in length and girth 🙈
He is currently on a diet, much to his disappointment!
So he eats a large mouse every 21 days currently,
We suspect he has been fed weekly prior to arriving so he is now round rather than loaf shaped,
We are still working on this whilst he awaits his fecal, we do not recommend feeding corn snakes weekly for this very reason!
Once you can visually see a snake is overweight it's already at crucial point as they pack fat around crucial organs really damaging the general and long term health of the animal.
Once he is at a good weight he will need feeding no more than a large mouse every 14 days, even if hes hungry again after 3!
He will be seeking his forever home once he is fecal cleared
Spirit is another beautiful leopard gecko,
She will be seeking her forever home once she has had her fecal exam.
Victor is a lovely example of a corn snake, he has lovely bright white colours coming through on his chin and is generally a joy to watch,
He does like to play 'I'm a rattlesnake' when he is in his enclosure but is fine when out.
Victor was found in a garden and unfortunately un-claimed
He will be looking for his forever home once he has been fecal examined.
Dave is currently recovering from a injury/burn on his stomach he had prior to arriving, he is healing extremely well but we want to endure he is completely healed and fecal cleared before he is rehomed so he is not yet ready for adoption
Spike is a stunning boy,
He does have some scarring on his head and back from a what we think is a burn from an unprotected and or unregulated heat source in one of his previous homes, however it doesnt effect him other than he sometimes needs a little help shedding in those areas,
He will be fecal examine before he is placed up for adoption.
Colin is a lovely corn,
He can be a little defensive in his enclosure but once he is out he is fine,
Colin was loose on the blackpool promenade, it took a few months to actually catch him we had thought he was never going to be found until he randomly made an appearance!
Thankfully two of our great fosters rushed to his aid and brought him into rescue.
He will be fecal cleared before he is placed up for rehoming.
Boris is currently awaiting biopsy results for suspected yellow fungus,
He is strictly quarentined so is not available for foster or adoption.
Sadly if he does have yellow fungus we will have to make the unfortunate decision to put him to sleep as it is a very painful and incurable disease.
We are hoping for a positive biopsy result.