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Old 01-15-2008, 06:02 PM
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have to agree with the new laws in florida i own a 14 ft brown burmese and shes about 50lbs now . i also own a python rescue site here in va and stay in touch with the everglades outpost in florida ,being born in gainesville florida and stuck here most of my life .but owning a burm as we all know is big time responsability .it cost me in the city of norfolk,va a 50,000 renters policy to keep her leagle in the city just incase she decides to bite somone whe im not paying attention. she has been microchiped already becuase i plan to move back to florida this year so all i need is the 100.00 permit . i tell people around this area that want to buy a burm to sit at the computer an study first in what they are getting into before they buy a burm . Mod deleted


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Old 08-06-2011, 08:20 PM
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OK first i would like to say that i own 6 ball pythons at the moment and plane to get more! i have had many many many ball pythons in my life time and always will! there is not one bad thing about a ball python they only get big enough to eat a large feeder rat! some ball pythons get to be about 5 foot how ever, i would say about 90% get to be 4 foot or under! so people that say ball pythond are a danger do not know what they are talking about! i have never ones bin bitten by my ball pythons and they are handled every day! my sisters 4 year old son comes over to my house runs to my 4.5 foot ball pythons cage picks it up and holeds it the hole time he's there! yes other pythons get big that is true and yes i think you should have to have a permit to have them. but, not a ball python it is a pet for a kid! most ball pythons cant even be forest to bite you all they do is ball up. if for some reason a ball python does bight you there teeth most likely wont even brake the skin!!! and i say if i cant have my ball python that wont hurt you... im sorry that CANT hurt you then you should not be able to have a dog over 8 pounds or a cat over 4 pounds.......every thing i say is 100% true look it up!
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