The time has come to plan for homes for the animals.
I got to know Ed Kammer and his family when I bought Hugo from them some months ago.
They are Panther Chameleon breeders at Kammerflage Kreations in Corona, California.
When I called to tell Ed that I had to find homes for Hugo and Sammy,
he generously offered to take the chameleons to find homes for them.
He arranged for the shipment, sent the shipping container to me, and handled every single detail for me.
He has been in the reptile business for 34 years.
And, he is one of the finest people I’ve ever met.
Those are the last photos of Hugo.
He is a Kammerflage Kreations Panther Chameleon.
Ed Kammer and the Kammer family breed beautiful chameleons.
And, of course, Little Sammy whose dubious pedigree is PetSmart!
Although the Krammers don’t breed Veiled Chameleons,
Ed has years of experience with them and is prominent in the chameleon world.
So, he knows lots of folks who would help to place the boys.
As soon as Sammy and Hugo arrived,
Ed’s delightful daughter, Briana, took these cell phone
photos to send to me.
They wanted to reassure me that the boys were fine!
Their flight took them through Memphis and on to Corona, California.
There was a little hitch when the FedEx driver missed the arranged hour and went on toward another town,
But Cheryl got on the phone and convinced the driver to turn around and bring them back!
The shop manager has already adopted Little Sammy!
Thanks to Ed and the entire family of Kammerflage Kreations,
the future for Sammy and Hugo is assured.
My gratitude and blessings to all of you!