Unfortunately due to starting a new job and not having the time anymore, I've sadly decided to re-home my tortoise to a family that can give him the time and attention he needs. He's a very loved pet and is very upsetting to see him go.
His setup is as shown as well as an extra heat bulb but will need to be changed to a larger home, original birth documents will be provided.
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