Reptile Rescue Life


    The world is re-opening with the ending of the Covid nightmare saga.  It is a welcome sight to greet people again and see those smiling faces! 
  • Living Again In A Post Covid World & Rescue Expansion in Texas

    Even before Covid, we were quarantine farms.  It is the best way to protect our animals so we have adapted to being a mobile service.  We continue to offer weekly delivery and meet by appointment.  The website has a collection of the rescues up for adoption, the opportunity to donate to our cause directly, purchase feeder rodents/insects  or purchase merchandise.  I try very hard to keep it up to date, but with so much going on with the animals themselves, it doesn't represent the population available or the inventory of jewelry properly at all.  I'm trying!

  • Rescue is My Life & Legacy

    I believe my entire life has been focused on helping animals.  I was the little girl that saved baby birds, baby chicks that the neighboring farmer gave zero chance of making it, baby ducks, bats, opossums, racoons, squirrels, rabbits, the list goes on and on.
  • Rescue is NOT a Retail Store - It's A Refuge For The Voiceless

    There is no money to be made on rescue animals.  Adoption fees never come close to covering costs.  Surrendered animals are not free.  They require vet checks, quarantine, food, habitats, facilities, care, all before even being considered for adoption.
  • Cold To Hot! Moving Forward into 2021

    I will be setting up at a meeting spot, one day a week in Clyde, TX for customer pick up of orders.  I'm looking at locations now that will provide us with some weather protection during the pickup times.  Do you own a business or building that you would donate the use of one day a week for about 4 hours? Contact me:  336-212-0556.
  • Surviving Extreme Weather with Reptiles

    I thought I was moving to Texas, somewhere WARM...instead I feel like I'm in Alaska!  -2F and power outages, frozen water pipes.  Challenge:  keepi...
  • Bearded Dragon as a "Starter Pet"

    We get this question on a regular basis:  My son/daughter is wanting a reptile.  What do you recommend for a starter pet?

    Hands down, a bearded dragon!  Why?  Because:

  • Regroup & Punt in These Uncertain Times! Commercial Rodent Facility Under Construction!

    While the rescue is, and will always be, my central focus...I have decided to breed rodents here in Texas.  We have been raising rats and mice in NC for the past 6 years
  • Happy January! - Now What?!

    We are stewards over the animals and they are our responsibility.  We are here to help! 
  • Thankful End to 2020! What's Next in 2021? It seems like everything we cherished as "normal" was sent skidding helter skelter and "bizarre" is the word for the day.

    It seems like everything we cherished as "normal" was sent skidding helter skelter and "bizarre" is the word for the day.
  • Information & The Internet - Best Places To Get Good Advice

    It is a fact that today, we have information OVERLOAD.  Anyone with an opinion can post on their Facebook pages, websites and in the forums. As much as I like to hear about actual experiences, there is a lot of MISINFORMATION floating around!  The New Pet Owner Is LOST trying to find out the most credible information on how to care for the animal that has won their hearts.  Often times, they fall prey to bad advice and both the animal & Owner suffer because of it.

    What to Do???

  • 2020 What a Bizarre Year! Rescue, Ministry, What's Coming in 2021

    Me?  You ask?  Thanks... In May, I became an Ordained Minister.  Not for the purpose of preaching, but for the overwhelming feeling inside to provide ministry support for those in need.  God directed me to a small town in Texas and here I begin my journey.  The animals need help and so do our fellow man.  These times are unprecedented and hard.  My aim is to help and feed the hungry so in establishing my rescue here in Texas, my next endeavor is to open a soup kitchen and keep a food bank operational. We have so many homeless, hungry, cold, dirty and in need of medical attention.  It is my desire to help with these needs.