Small Breed Rescue of Southern California

Foster Details For Clover!





Type Snake
Primary Breed Ball Python
Secondary Breed
Name Clover
Gender Undetermined
Spayed / Neutered No
Primary Color Black
Secondary Color Brown
Pattern
Age 3 Year(s) 11 Month(s) Old
Weight 0 lbs. 0 oz.
Markings 10432, CW, R2, K7
Hello! My name is Clover and I sure would be lucky to join your family!

I am easy to handle with a calm demeanor - and a great eater! Just your typical lovely ball python. I love being held and checking out new things! Being nocturnal, I spend most of the day sleeping in my hide but I do like to come out in the evening to socialize. Sometimes I will still be awake in the morning, too!

Though there is no way to really tell what age I am, based on my size I am considered a juvenile. My species can live a long and healthy life of up to 30 to 40 years. Bringing me into your family is a lifelong commitment, for both of us!

Since my foster family is unsure what I am, it is good to know adult female ball pythons will average 3 to 5 feet long, and adult male ball pythons average 2 to 3 feet in size. As a full adult, I can weigh between 3 and 5 lbs.

I will require my own habitat that is secure with the right diet, habitat, substrate, temperature, and humidity. Don’t worry, the rescue will provide you with all the information that you will need to prepare for my arrival.

I was surrendered to a shelter when my owner determined she could no longer care for me. That's ok though because I was then transferred to the experts at the rescue to help me find my forever home. Could it be with you?

If you think we may be a good match, or you would like to get to know me better, please click the Adoption Application button below and an adoption counselor will reach back out to you!

PLEASE NOTE:
1- We can only accept applications from interested parties who are in or near San Diego County, California at this time.
2- We do not ship reptiles but we may be willing to work with you if you are willing to travel if you are still in Southern California.
3- #2 will depend on the animal that you are applying for and is at the discretion of the board of directors.