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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2004

    Quetzalcoatl !!!

    Quetzalcoatl, you're such a gorgeous snake!!! Thank goodness you were rescued! I've never seen a snake colored like you.
    Congrats on being POTD!
    Forever in my heart...

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2000

    Magnificent Quetzalcoat!

    Happy Pet of the Day, Quetzalcoatl! I don't know what's most impressive...your eye popping beauty, your heart warming rescue story, or your too cool name!

    Like chocolatepuppy, I don't think I've ever met a snake with your "shimmering rainbow of iridescence," with a pattern as unique as yours...breathtaking! But it's your indomitable spirit and your will to survive, along with your human's unwavering devotion to you that is most impressive of all. It's heartbraking to think that you were once so abused and neglected, sustaining permanent damage to your jaw But thankfully you found your way to the perfect healer, the perfect forever human; a responsible and committed guardian able to meet your very special needs, with a heart full of patience, and oh, just look at you now! What an uplifting, inspirational, life affirming success story is yours, Quetzalcoatl! It truly is an honor to have met you and your guardian today, to have had the opportunity to pay tribute to you both!
    Enjoy your well earned day of honor, beautiful boy, with wishes for continued good health, and many, many more peaceful, carefree years with your amazing person!
    Lots of love to you and gentle strokes to you, magnificent Quetzalcoatl!

    Star,Tigg'r , Mollie and the10 Gallon Gang!

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    my snake

    Questzalcoatl is stunning!! I sure hope he no longer suffers pain from his jaw injury.
    I have a ball python, and he was in pretty much the same state when I got him. All rolled up, scared and skinny, and it took a very long time to get him to feel better. The joy was great when he finally started to eat, and shed later on. I had to help him the first time he shed his skin, but he really enjoyed it, and crawled all over me.
    However, he did bite my father a few times when I just got him, and he never got to like him very much. But he's great with me, and my mother as well.
    It's so horrible when people mistreat a poor animal, and people seem to think a snake doesn't have feelings...well, they do!

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    Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    A very unique name for a very unique snake, I imagine Quetzalcoatl is the most beautiful snake I will ever see! Wishing Q a very long and healthy life,peace and love

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    You are THE most gorgeous snake, Quetzalcoat!!! I wonder what your name means . . . maybe "the rescued one"? So glad you are under the care of someone who can meet your specific needs, and that you are now healthy and nourished. I wish you a glorious POTD celebration and many more happy, healthly years with your devoted guardian!

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    Quetzalcoatl, you are magnificent! I'm glad you are in such good hands now!

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Illinois, USA
    Quetzalcoatl, I think your colors and pattern are exactly what everyone has said -- eye popping, magnificent, gorgeous and stunning! I also think yours is a wonderful success story, in that you came into the care of someone who knew how to help you regain your health and ability to trust. I wouldn't say I am a snake fan but I hate to see any creature be mistreated or harmed. Score one for you and your very caring person! Happy Pet of the Day to you, Quetzalcoatl!
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