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genevieve 12th April 2006 18:07

I hope this is the right section to put this under, but I need some help. After battling the biology dept and making a report for the deplorable condition of their 5 axies, I was awarded a rehousing grant (glad the investigative work paid off, haha)! The problem is that it is not a long term solution. I'm graduating next year and there is no one willing to take care of the animals ("We are an institution, not a zoo") and so I was wondering if there was any REPUTABLE axie keepers in Western New York that could take on 4 very large axolotls (2 boys, 2 girls) anytime in the next 2 yrs (hopefully sooner than later). I took on one of them, but between my own and that one I don't have the room or resources so I just wanted to see if there was anyone out there.

I'll try and get pictures up later of them- be warned though that they don't look the best, but would be ever appreciative of the love!

jennifer 14th April 2006 17:08

It's great that they were willing to give a grant to let you improve their living condition.

(Message edited by jennewt on April 15, 2006)


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