Moroccan Graeca/Ibera (Nottingham) (Gibson)

This list is of animals currently reported to us in need of a new home. Descriptions and circumstances (where known) are included. Full contact details are not. You will need to request these details. We must be satisfied that you have adequate facilities for the species you are applying for. There are no charges whatsoever.

Moroccan Graeca/Ibera (Nottingham) (Gibson)

Postby Nadine Highfield » Thu Aug 21, 2014 11:31 am

This male Moroccan graeca (Solomon) and female Ibera (Hannah) have been the much loved pets of a Tortoise Trust member for many years, but due to illness she needs to rehome them.

They are both in good health and having been companions for so long the owner would like to them to remain together. The tortoises are located in Nottingham. They should not split up or mixed with other tortoises.

If you would like to offer these two tortoises a home please send a completed application and photos of your indoor housing and secure outdoor tortoise area to Nadine at TortoiseTrustRehoming@gmail.com with "Pair Moroccan Graeca (Nottingham) (Gibson)" as the subject.

Please read the following information carefully before preparing your application:

You can read about the requirements for adoption here:
http://www.tortoisetrustforum.org/phpbb3_live/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=8511

This is information about our application process: http://www.tortoisetrustforum.org/phpbb3_live/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=9508

You can download a rehoming application here: http://www.tortoisetrustforum.org/nadine/Downloads-Adoption_Application.doc

If you are unable to download an application you can find one here. Please copy and paste it into a document (or email) and send it to me with the photos of your facilities: http://www.tortoisetrustforum.org/phpbb3_live/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=9808

Solomon

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Hannah

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Re: Pair Moroccan Graeca (Nottingham) (Gibson)

Postby Nadine Highfield » Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:24 am

These lovely tortoises need to be rehomed as soon as possible. If you would like to offer them a home and have suitable facilities, please see their listing for further details. Thank you.

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Re: Moroccan Graeca/Ibera (Nottingham) (Gibson)

Postby Nadine Highfield » Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:17 am

We will normally require anyone who applies to rehome a tortoise to keep it separate from other tortoises species. So people who want two different species, must have separate facilities for each. As such, many people with limited space may have a hard time deciding which one tortoise species they will keep.

In this case, however, you can have an ideal opportunity to rehome a female Ibera and a male Moroccan graeca that have lived happily together for many years. Their owner is ill and wants someone to offer them the love and care that she has provided for them both. If you would like to adopt this special couple, please follow the instructions in the listing and email me with your application and photos at tortoisetrustrehoming@gmail.com

Please do not use messaging for questions or to apply - email only.

Thank you!
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Re: Moroccan Graeca/Ibera (Nottingham) (Gibson)

Postby Nadine Highfield » Thu Nov 10, 2016 10:02 am

These tortoises are still in need of a new home. They have been with their now elderly owner for many years and are very healthy and very much loved. She is still waiting for someone to offer them a happy and healthy future with someone who will give them knowledgeable and loving care. They are currently getting ready for hibernation, and will be ready to rehome in the spring. If you would like to offer these two lovely tortoises a home, please send me a completed application.

Thank you,
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