crickets

Discussion in 'Chameleon Food' started by Camo Charlie, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    Ugh I hate it when a cricket gets loose around the house..lol
     
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  2. opheliaeatsbugs

    opheliaeatsbugs Avid Member

    You need a cat! Any runaways are quickly hunted down by my kittykat :p
     
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  3. broderp

    broderp Avid Member

    I have gotten real good at catching crickets... I once dropped about 150 in my kitchen. The house was chirping for days....:eek:

    The wife was not amused. I was banned from buying crickets in bulk.....lol (But I just started to again :rolleyes:)
     
  4. JacksJill

    JacksJill Avid Member

    Crickets, nasty, smelly, noisy little critters. Wish I could do with out them entirely.
     
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  5. opheliaeatsbugs

    opheliaeatsbugs Avid Member

    My thoughts exactly!!
     
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  6. JacksJill

    JacksJill Avid Member

    My new rule with crickets is they are kept in the garage and only fed off in the outdoor cage. Sorry that won't work for those of you at more northern latitudes. I also try to feed dubia and silks so I need less crickets. I still keep them in case a certain someone gets picky.
     
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  7. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    My daughter is allergic to cats..
     
  8. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    Omfg I just know started to have to work my cricket fears,sometimes no ones home and camo needs to eat..So I would have not slept had I had 150 crickets in my house.lol
     
  9. Dumzy

    Dumzy Established Member

    Get a free ranged nile monitor, problem solved!
     
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  10. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    So I'm a new at even the terms .." Free range" from what I seen meaning not in a cage ,and I suffer a little bit with OCD cleaning ...I don't think that's a option for me.
     
  11. Dumzy

    Dumzy Established Member

    Yea, just litter train them lmao
     
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  12. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    Oh wow is that really possible??
     
  13. Dumzy

    Dumzy Established Member

    Monitors are the most intelligent reptiles, or at least one of, if you can litter train a ferret in a day (ive done it) you can a monitor.
     
  14. Camo Charlie

    Camo Charlie Member

    Oh a monitor...duh i seen one at a reptile store ,there huge..
     
  15. those things can be mean as hell if you don't get them while they're young
     
  16. Dumzy

    Dumzy Established Member

    Ikr, a couple years ago there was a story on the news of a guys monitor that killed and ate him..
     
  17. no way lol. how big was it???
     
  18. Dumzy

    Dumzy Established Member

  19. wow thats crazy...they ate his face
     
  20. RandellTheCham

    RandellTheCham Established Member

    Animals/people change when hunger strikes
     

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