DeepFriedFunk wrote:Now, my problem is, I have a Lizard. Beautiful little guy, a Crested Gecko with a reasonably rare pinstripe patterning.(http://i1001.photobucket.com/albums/af1 ... Edit-1.jpg) If you wanna see him.
gregkavarnos wrote:Gary needs to eat crickets, Gary will eat crickets. If you let him loose will he still eat crickets? Of course.
gregkavarnos wrote:I wouldn't worry about it.
Gary needs to eat crickets, Gary will eat crickets. If you let him loose will he still eat crickets? Of course. You have taken responsibility to raise Gary so just lump the fact that you have to raise and feed him crickets.
You reckon it's better to dump the responsibility on somebody else (sell him)? Dump the responsibility on Gary (release him)? Or take on the responsibility and deal with it in the most effective manner in which you can (keep him but be aware of the suffering being caused)?
This is samsara, samsara is suffering. You get rid of Gary today and tommorow you will have the other one hundred thousand other Garys to deal with anyway.
Will wrote:If Geckos live 10 years or more, then release him. Could he survive in the wild? Whether he could or not, let him go, liberation of animals is good.
justsit wrote:Perhaps when you purchase crickets for Gary, you could get a few extra and release them into the wild, weather permitting.
Say some mantras and make aspirations.
Jikan wrote:Keep the lizard, care for the lizard well; care for the crickets well too. Let them hear mantras. Let them see Buddha images. If you have a door mantra, pass them under that a few times (the lizard too!).
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