Tiptoe is an amazing and unique reptile who is looking for a home with knowledgeable caregivers so he can thrive and adventure for the rest of his life. Which can be a while, as Woma Pythons can live to be 20 years old. Woma Pythons are known to enjoy their space to roam and explore, so a stuffy, boring cage just won’t due for this handsome fella! Like many species of Pythons; Tiptoe is a pretty creative escape artist, so a secure enclosure is super important.
Please note the BCSPCA has strict policies in place regarding the adoption and housing of exotic animals. These include some of the following non-negotiable must haves for homes to be considered for adoption:
-He is looking for an experienced guardian who has knowledge not only about snakes, but also about his species of snake.
-Tiptoe likes to explore and climb high up. Like all reptiles, he will require a large, stimulating enclosure to insure he is physically and mentally stimulated. Photos and measurements of the enclosure will be required prior to a meet and greet being made.
Tiptoe is a good boy, and if you feel that Tiptoe would make a wonderful addition to your family then please reach out to our branch for an application today at email@example.com
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- Days in care: 87
- Approximate age: 0 months old
- Pet Type: Reptile — Exotic
- Breed: Snake - Woma Python
- Colour: Brown / Yellow
- Weight: 0.912 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: BC SPCA Shuswap Branch, Salmon Arm B.C.
- Animal ID: 562574
- Adoption fees
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