Hutchy

Great pet for kids for christmas

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    Guest Guest6899

    weve got one on the roof of our veranda, Ethans new pet... not for me yukk, but it can stay as long as it stays put and not wonder over to my rattan chairs, lol

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    Guest Trakki

    We had one that lived in the living room above our TV for a few months, my 5 year old called it Buttercup! Not sure how she came up with that. the whole time Buttercup was there we didn't see one white tip spider which our house had loads of.

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    Guest Squareman

    When it comes to descriptions of snakes/spiders, the use of the word 'harmless' can be misleading. If a big huntsman bites you will running around screaming in pain like a little girl! How the hell is that 'harmless'? We need new terms for such things....mutter mutter....

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    Guest guest3462

    He's a good one to have around! I hate all creepy crawlies but they definately keep the number of white tips and redbacks at bay when they are around. We have one in our garage, hes been there months and is called Maurice as he only has 7 legs so "dances" when he's walking. We have a special understanding, he can live there and eat as many baddie spiders as he likes, but if I see him in the house he gets the mortein. He has been introduced to the can so he knows I am not kidding! lol!

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    Guest Guest5035
    but if I see him in the house he gets the mortein. He has been introduced to the can so he knows I am not kidding! lol!

     

    you bully...wheres the rspca number....

    :policeman:

    stevo

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    Just remember...a spider is not just for Christmas lol!

     

    I went on Stevo's link just cos Diane said they moved...it was cool!

     

    As for the bite of a huntsman...they really seem pretty good natured. I've seen them picked up and carried outside and they (the people and the spider) were fine!

     

    Also, Huntsman spiders are so big and furry, it's like having a tiny cat around the house!

     

    LC

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    Guest the Tews

    Hi. We've just moved over and there was one of these in our bathroom which we eventually got up the courage and released him outside, we also have a redback in the grooves of the lounge window frame outside!! The chart is creepy!! Especially when it moves uuurghh

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