about revered retics
I have been keeping reticulated pythons since the late 1980's. I took a break from keeping them when I joined the Marines in 1992. I spent the next 13 years serving. I had a couple different military occupational specialties (MOS) while I was serving which were 0351, 0331, 8541/0317, 0369. I was awarded the purple heart, the Navy Marine corps achievement medal with combat V as well as a Bronze star.
In 2006, I was honorably discharged under medical conditions. I had been blown up by 16 rounds of 155 mm artillery (of which have on video but cant seem to watch it.) lol, and shot twice. Once I got back into keeping retics again, I realized how important these animals would become to me. Lets just say I was in a dark place for a long time. That is until I got my first lavender sun-fire female. These animals were and still are a major part in saving my life! Which is how I got the name Revered Retics. To me, that's exactly what they are! So I decided to donate some of my hatch-lings to any veteran out there that is struggling to cope with what we did or seen out there. We will sit down and figure out the best animal for you. I also am donating egg #2 from every clutch to a luck person that has already adopted a retic from me. I put every ones name into a bucket, then I draw from it after each clutch has hatched. I will record myself cutting the egg. I will record myself drawing the name.
I am a hobbyist. I am not a business. I pay for this site so that I can share these animals with all of you. If you would like to post your animals on my site just ask. It will be free of charge! Payment for the animal must be separate from my site. I'm trying to make a place where people can come and ask questions without fear of being bullied or laughed at. The only dumb question is the one you didn't ask.
My animals can be adopted. Thank you for your time.