Hello! My name is The Fuzz
The Fuzz's Info...
"The Fuzz" is an unsexed Chilean Rose tarantula who came to Rescued Rosies Tarantula Rescue on 1/17/13. This little gem is as mellow as can be, and tolerates handling really well! If you want a fun pet to observe and learn about, this sweet little tarantula will be available on 2/17/13 for an adoption fee of $12. The adoption fee includes "The Fuzz", a secure enclosure, a water dish, substrate, a hide, and a care sheet. No one will bug you with "The Fuzz" on duty!
Rescue Group Info...
My name is Nicole Tarbuck, and I am the founder of Rescued Rosies Tarantula Rescue. I have been a tarantula enthusiast since 2000, and currently have both a personal tarantula collection, as well as those that I rescue. I take in unwanted and surrendered tarantulas of every kind. After holding them for a period of one month to assess their temperament, health, and gender (if they have molted in that time), I place them on the available adoption list. I do this out of the kindness of my heart, out of my home, and have wanted to give back to the community in doing something charitable for some time. This is my passion, and I am only too happy to educate and share it with you.
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Available tarantulas will be listed on Rescued Rosies Tarantula Rescue's facebook page as they become available, and on the main website (a work-in-progress). If you are interested in adopting a tarantula, please inquire. I plan to approach local pet stores to host adoption events in the future, once I have the necessary materials to do so.
In order to adopt a tarantula from Rescued Rosies Tarantula Rescue, an adoption contract must be filled out and submitted. Potential adopters will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the tarantula's care requirements. There is an adoption fee of $12. This adoption fee helps to support the rescue, and covers your new tarantula and its care kit. This care kit will include a secure enclosure, a water dish, substrate, something to hide in, and a care sheet explaining your tarantula's simple needs. If at any time you have any questions, consider yourself invited to inquire even after adoption for the tarantula's entire life span!