I love reptiles, I have 3 snakes that I bought and one that a friend gave me because she couldn't take him. 4 snakes is a lot to handle, so until I'm working again I'm having my BFF is fostering Alucard so I have on less mouth to feed every week. I call them my secret pets, because only my sister knows I have them.
Daenery's was the first snake I bought. She is a beautiful female Graziani pastel. I got her from a breeder up north who was getting out of ball pythons. I had been looking into getting another ball python, as working at petsmart make me really miss my previous ball python Taurus.
Soon after getting Daenery's I decided I wanted a male, that way I could have a pair of snakes to use in photography and possibly breeding.
And that's how Alucard came into my life. He is a cinnamon het genetic stripe ball python. I feel like I was destined to get this fabulous guy. While at a reptile show I went by a fancy looking booth with incredible morphs and happened to see Alucard, I couldn't believe it! A screamer(good looking) cinnamon for only $125. I asked to hold him and instantly fell in love, I soon said I was going to buy him and handed the money over. The guy counted the money then talked to his boss, it turned out he was supposed to be $225 and someone made a mistake. luckily he was one of the most inexpensive snakes(most were $800-$13,000) and they let me take him anyway. I bought Alucard in the late afternoon and I am still stunned that no one snatched him up before me.
Previous to going to the reptile show were I got Alucard I was at a friends house. She breeds snakes and critters and I was mystified by the beauty of a full grown corn snake. Before I had only seen babies. So after getting Alucard I spent the rest of my cash budget on a female baby anery corn snake I named Lothlorien.
My last snake is Agro the male spider ball python. A friend of mine moved out of her parents house and into a apartment were she was unable to bring Agro. She asked me to take him since she new I would consider him a pet, rather than just a snake, or something to breed and make money off of. All spiders have a genetic defect called a wobble, this causes certain snakes to wobble a lot, corkscrew, and have trouble control their head and neck. Agro is pretty bad so he needs a special owner. I wasn't planning on another snake, but I took in Agro and give him lots of love and care.