GCTTS Adoption List


Turtles Available for Adoption


PhotoCommon NameTypeSexAgeNumber AvailableNameSpecial Needs
3 stripe mudwaterfemaleadult1spca 3 stripe mud smRequires a pond and land area with very secure fencing. Due to the possibility of offspring release into our area we do not make adoptions that could result in a breeding pair of non-native water turtles
3 Toed Boxlandmaleadult1ArodActive, dominant turtle. Requires a very good female/male ratio of 3/1 and a large pen. May fight with other males in a communal pen. Hibernated without developing respiratory illness this last winter for the first time in 9 years. Extremely agitated when overwintered indoors. Will need to be adopted to those experienced with detecting early stage respiratory illness and willing to provide medical care post-hibernation if needed.
3 Toed Boxlandfemalejuvenile1Dot 1Cherry eye in one eye that comes and goes and blind in the other eye. Has some vision. Needs a small enough pen to locate it at mealtime. Eats well if the food is placed in front of it. malformation of beak so needs bite sized food
3 Toed Boxlandmaleadult1Dot 7-
3 Toed Boxlandunknownjuvenile1Dot 13malformation of beak so needs bite sized food
3 Toed Boxlandmaleadult1Worsham 1-
3 Toed Boxlandmalejuvenile1Conroe dog chew juvShell injuries from a dog mauling. Completely recovered. It should not be housed with males due to missing rear edge of plastron
3 Toed Boxlandfemaleadult1Worsham 4-
3 Toed Boxlandfemaleadult1Worsham 5Timid. Due to shell injuries from being overmated should not be housed with males. She is fertile and her male offspring cannot be housed with her.
3 Toed Boxlandfemaleadult1F - Boxy-
Ornate Boxlandfemaleadult1Blanche5 year history of developing respiratory infections twice a year which respond well to Baytril. Should not be hibernated and brought in anytime temps fall below 70 degrees. Vet did bloodwork 1/2008 and diagnosed with a virus. Should not be housed with any other turtles. Will only be adopted to those experienced with detecting early stage respiratory illness and willing to provide ongoing medical care. Timid.
Sulcatalandmalejuvenile1MAS-177Joe has been adopted but since we have an ongoing need for sulcata homes, we are leaving him on our adoption page. Sulcata's are adopted out very quickly so please apply if interested in one. Note: we will not make an adoption that will result in mixed sexes due to the overwhelming issue of too many larger sulcatas for homes available which is and will be escalating.
T. Scripta scriptawatermalejuvenile1yellow belly Sunshine5" Due to the large clutch sizes and possibility of offspring release into our area we do not make adoptions that could result in a breeding pair of non-native water turtles. Outdoor ponds only
T. Scripta scriptawatermalejuvenile1Ellis yellow belly4.5" Due to the large clutch sizes and possibility of offspring release into our area we do not make adoptions that could result in a breeding pair of non-native water turtles. Outdoor ponds only
T. Scripta scriptawatermalejuvenile1Mr Daisy Yellow BellyOutdoor, in-ground ponds with land access only. Due to the large clutch sizes and possibility of offspring release into our area we do not make adoptions that could result in a breeding pair of non-native water turtles
Three striped mudwaterfemaleadult1spca 3 striped mudRequires a pond and land area with very secure fencing. Due to the possibility of offspring release into our area we do not make adoptions that could result in a breeding pair of non-native water turtles

Number of Records: 16
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