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This profile was last updated on 7/22/12 and contains information from public web pages.
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Local Address: Richmond, Virginia, United States
Virginia Reptile Rescue
 
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"Whether it's a cat, dog, turtle, ...
www2.dailyprogress.com, 22 July 2012 [cached]
"Whether it's a cat, dog, turtle, lizard or snake, when you get any pet you need to know what its needs are going to be, how much space you will need, how much food it will eat, how much it will cost you to feed and take care of it and how much time and effort it's going to take," said Bonnie Keller, of Virginia Reptile Rescue, near Manassas.
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"The reality is the average snake owner probably doesn't have the space necessary for something the size of an adult python," Ms. Keller said.
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"Don't just let it loose," Ms. Keller said.
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Don't just let it go to try and fend for itself and die of starvation, injury or disease," Ms. Keller said.
WFOR: National News
cbs4.com, 5 Jan 2004 [cached]
"If you talk to anyone in reptile rescue across the country and ask, 'Where are these reptiles coming from?' They're going to say, 'Myrtle Beach, South Carolina,' " said Bonnie Keller, director of Virginia Reptile Rescue, which finds homes for unwanted pets.
By Bonnie J. ...
www.vareptilerescue.org, 2 Jan 2014 [cached]
By Bonnie J. Keller
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Bonnie Keller is the Founder of the VA Reptile Rescue, Inc., as well as the Founder/Past - President of the NH Herptile Society. She can be reached by e-
"Because snakes are exothermic, it takes ...
www2.dailyprogress.com, 19 July 2012 [cached]
"Because snakes are exothermic, it takes a while for an infection to actually spread through the animal," said Bonnie Keller, of the Virginia Reptile Rescue, based in Manassas.
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Keller said that several rescue organizations exist for owners who find themselves unable or unsuited for ownership.
"We have this idea that animals that seem wild, like turtles and snakes, are better off if we set them free, but that is not the case," Keller said.
View Myrtle Beach, but keep hands off turtles
www.theadvertiser.com [cached]
"If you talk to anyone in reptile rescue across the country and ask, ‘Where are these reptiles coming from?' They're going to say, ‘Myrtle Beach, South Carolina,' " said Bonnie Keller, director of Virginia Reptile Rescue, which finds homes for unwanted pets.
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