I have a 12 year old Sulcata tortoise I need to relocate due to moving.We got him when he was a baby you could hold him in the palm of your hand.He is big now and needs a good home.Any ideas would be appreciated.
Unfortunately, we have no space for more sulcatas. However, if you contact the American Sanctuary Association (http://www.asaanimalsanctuaries.org/) or the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (https://www.sanctuaryfederation.org/) they can submit your request to the list of accredited sanctuaries and hopefully, a qualified facility will have space.
I am interested in adopting a Sulcata, may I ask what is the process?
We offer sponsorships, but the animals at the sanctuary stay with us for life.
I would love to adopt an older sulcata
Our sanctuary is set up to provide lifetime care to the animals we rescue. We do not adopt any animals out. However, there are lots of reptile rescue groups out there that do adopt tortoises out. If you google your area, you will surely find one that can help you. Please also research the permits and microchipping required in Florida to have a sulcata in captivity – those laws are changing rapidly.
Looking to adopt a Adult African Sulcata female my family will love one in location in Tampa Florida
I’m sorry, but all of the animals at our sanctuary remain here for life. They are not up for adoption.
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