Reptile Hospice and Sanctuary of Texas
Boa Photo Album Page

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This is "Rocky Balboa"

Rocky Balboa when first arrived at RHandST

When Rocky came to us he hadn't eaten for many months, was very cold,
had mites, was dehydrated and emaciated from not eating. We got him warmed up,
hydrated and he soon began to eat. He now eats each time he is offered frozen thawed prey items.

This is Mz. B. She was Teresa's favorite Boa.

Mz. B in tree Mz. B in chair

Mz. B was turned in as a baby because her owners didn't want her anymore
after they found out what special care she required and the size she would be as an adult.
She is now over 15 years old, over 8 feet long and weighs over 40 pounds.

Sadly Mz. B crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2014 and now waits on the other side for Teresa.

Luck Stars is the "BOA that wouldn't die".

Lucky Stars Meets AAR Members

For Lucky Star's whole story click on the link below.

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Here's Slithers. He's a yellow anaconda. Yes an anaconda is a BOA

pic of Slithers pic of Slithers & Teresa

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