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turtle rescue usa - adoption application

this application is to be approved to adopt (often for free) an animal from http://www.turtlerescueusa.com/ if you don抰 want to take the time to fill out the form and email us pictures, then we can only guess that you don抰 really want the animal that bad, and it will go to someone who does. we are looking for a forever home for these animals that have already been given up by their owners at least once, and this is our way of trying to get to know you a little, to find a good match.

yes, we would like to see pictures of where you plan on putting this animal (this is required). we would be happy to keep the animal, while you build/acquire one if needed (within reason) but we just want to make sure you have something appropriate. we also don抰 want to see escaped pets, many people don抰 realize how strong tortoises are, or how well turtles climb for instance.

first name:
last name:
email address:
phone number:

1) what type of reptiles would you be interested in adopting? (list things like, lizards, turtles, tortoises, snakes, or specifics like large sulcata, or even a specific animal we may have listed)

so we can keep your name on file, when things come in, and have a list of people to contact for that type of animal in the future, or for filling out the application in advance to be pre-approved when something new comes in.

2) do you have any experience keeping reptiles? if yes, what specie(s) and how long? if you currently have reptiles please email us (turtlerescueusa@gmail.com) photos of current enclosures.

we just want to get a feel for experience, sometimes these animals have not been taken care of well, and may have special needs, or at least someone who knows what to look for, if things start taking a bad turn. just because you have never kept a reptile before, does not mean you can抰 adopt one, it just may mean we won抰 try to give you one that needs special attention, and/or we may give you a bit more info on how to take care of it. as for the pictures, most people who really like keeping reptiles enjoy showing off what they have, and we like seeing them, those are the people we really like to see. it also gives us a general sense of how you are currently caring for what you have. if what you have is in horrible conditions, then we won抰 be likely to give you more. (this is not an inspection of your current animals, and these are never shared)

3) do you own any animals other than reptiles (if yes provide specie(s))? what provisions are you making to keep your reptiles safe from them?

this one is more of a conversation starter, and something to make you think. we see many animals that were chewed on by dogs, sometimes ones that were other pets. we just want to make you think about this before it happens, and know that you have thought about it, that is all.

4) do you own your home?

yes no

5) if you rent, are you allowed to keep reptiles, build an outside enclosure or pond?

6) when your lease is up, how do you plan to take the reptiles with you?

7) do you have a yard?

yes no

8) if so, is it fenced?

yes no

these are often another conversation starter and reality check. someone renting (most of the time) should not get a 40 lb tortoise. even if you can have it, and can build an outside pen, renting the same place is not usually a long term situation, and these are long term pets. we are not saying it is not possible, but we want to know that some thought has been put into the long term care, and often the animals we adopt out can get larger, and should be kept outside.

9) where do you plan to keep the reptile? (inside/outside)

we obviously want to know where and how you plan to keep the animal. if you need advice here, we will gladly share what we know.

10) please provide details on enclosure set-up and if you have one set up already for the new pet, then email us (turtlerescueusa@gmail.com) pictures.

give us any extra info you feel may be useful for us

11) have you ever adopted any reptiles from any rescue?

yes no

12) if so, which rescue, when, specie(s), and do you still currently own that pet?

just making sure if you adopted something else, that you still have it, we are really trying to find long term homes, not someone that changes their mind quickly about pets.

13) do you currently have a reptile vet you use?

yes no

14) if so, who (name address & phone number)?

again, a conversation starter, and something to make you think, and let us know you have thought about it.

15) are you over the age of 18?

yes no

just making sure someone over 18 is applying (could be a parent)

16) do you have children? if so what are the age(s)?

this is really just to see if there are small children around. if so, we will bring up the facts/myths about salmonella and probably not give you something that could be nippy or feisty.

provide any additional information about yourself that you would like us to know:

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