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||Posted - 23/04/2015 : 06:20:29
this poor girl was covered in mites and the worst mite infestation ive ever seen on a snake, was double the amount on her before these pics but most got knocked off in the quilt cover.
got told i could take the double 7x2x2 viv stack she was in but passed as it was literally crawling with mites
no idea when she last ate but she had 3 chicks and 2 mice the other day that were nice and wet to help get her rehydrated
thats not dirt on her its all mites!
she was treated with olive oil so the mites are now all dead just waiting for her to waiting for her to shed an she will look so much better
the state of my hand after treating her with oil
bath time to get some of the dead mites off
getting some food in her
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||Posted - 31/05/2015 : 12:39:25
Great job chris, how could someone do that to such a lovely looking Burm. You keeping him/her?
||Posted - 10/05/2015 : 10:02:12
WOW. What a transformation. Good job.
||Posted - 24/04/2015 : 20:39:21
yea she looking a million times better after getting the manky old skin off
||Posted - 24/04/2015 : 11:07:04
Nice rescue. What a difference a meal and a shed made.
||Posted - 23/04/2015 : 19:35:52
came home to find her shedding had to help her out as it was quite dry an seemed very thick so could have been 2 layers of shed or just from dehydration
the old skin was discussting and smelled like it was rotten i hope to never smell something that nasty again