By Daphne Petty
Brandon, Florida, United States
Posted Jan 13, 2019
When my brother brought our new pet home he definitely didn't know she was pregnant and then a couple weeks later and boom... we had babies. This put a bit of a damper on handling her for quite a while but eventually, we were able to.
They don't require a super fancy enclosure but they do need space to burrow in and the temperature needs to be controlled, as well as the humidity.
All in all, she was a chill pet, she didn't do much and didn't care to be handled often, mainly just went about her life unbothered by much. They're a nice pet for those who aren't afraid of them and are willing to make sure they have the consitancy they need.