I'm so happy I got him. Even through all of that crap. He got use to me immediately and is very calming. I was attached to him even before I got him. He is very beautiful. I will post a picture of him in a few days. He will be shedding soon and the signs for shedding are cloudy eyes and dull color. So, he isn't AS beautiful. Btw, I think he is a she but, we'll just pretend she is a he. He will let me hold him as much as I want. It's highly unlikely for him to bite me. I'd have to do something pretty stupid for that. The only not-so-stupid thing I can think of is trying to pick him up after he's been fed. He would still be in his like.. eating mode..ish thing. I'm so smart. But, I think you get what I'm saying.
I might even post a video on here. Idk though. I just am obsessed with him already. I don't feel like he will get boring to me because of how much I can do with him. With my guinea pig, he'd poop all the time and I had to hold him in my hands. With Zeppelin, I can just put him on my shoulders and do what I need. I do have to be careful though. He's already scared the hell out of me once. I was texting and had him on my shoulders. I don't like to have him on my shoulders with my hair down cause he might get tangled, so I had my hair in a bun. He would wrap himself around my bun and raise his head high and look around. It was very cute. He'd also wrap himself around my glasses. It was pretty funny :) But, here's where it went wrong. He was wrapped around my bun but I could still slightly feet his movement and knew I'd notice if he slithered downward to the floor. Next thing I knew, he was gone. I FREAKED out. I look behind and under everything. I finally look up and there he is. Just laying on the top of the door. He also had a little knob-like thing he wrapped around. It was funny after but, scared me so bad.
But what I'm getting at is, I really enjoy him and it's only been one day. He and I will get along great.
I'll just go ahead and post a picture of how he looks now.
"Some days life is all about your dreams, hopes and visions for the future. But there are some days where life is just about putting one foot in front of the other. And that's okay."