Is it safe

Discussion in 'Enclosures And Supplies' started by c2c, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. c2c

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    Can I put a sub male with an adult female. I'm holding a Cham for my friend and don't have anywhere to put him besides a mesh hamper
     
  2. danibug23

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    no, they will end up fighting and not unless you want babies i would rather not.
     
  3. ChappyMcChap

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    I've used sterlite boxes for quarantine before, but you may also set a large bucket and then direct the light towArds the plant but I wouldn't put them together.
     
  4. carol5208

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    how long are you holding him for?
     
  5. Chase

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    Do not do this. Even if your enclosure was large enough, you will have fighting, and most likely breeding.

    Where is the enclosure its owner has?

    -C
     
  6. c2c

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    Till Sunday
    It's being built. We both bought Chams from the same person
     
  7. Hoj

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    soundz like some poor plannig but as said you can use a large rubbermaid for a few days and be fine.
     
  8. c2c

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    I had 2 choices either get the chameleons now or don't get them at all. The breeders schedule and my schedule didn't exactly line up.
     
  9. Chase

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    Your only choice that would be logical, and safe, would be the rubbermaid solution. However, I still think you need to go as fast as possible with that enclosure so you can get her settled in and not so stressed.

    -C
     

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