A little background about how this obsession has got to the point where it is now. As i was growning up, I was always outside catching little critters, everything from chasing stray cats to trying to stuff that caterpillar into the jar to so it could build a cocoon and turn into a butterfly. As I became a teenager, my focus turned to catching bullsnakes. As I continued to learn more and more my thrill was fulfilled by rattlesnakes too. Finally in August of 2006, I purchased a normal male ball python. As I studied the proper husbandry, I saw my first morph (snakes that are genetically different and show strikingly beautiful color and/or pattern changes.) Within a year I had increased my collection to 28 ball pythons and 1 red-tailed boa. In the fall of 2007, I took my first shot at breeding. At this point, I became addicted. My collection now is filled with close to a hundred snakes and growing exponentially. With my main focus being on ball pythons, I have also started partnerships in breeding both boas and reticulated pythons. With that expansion, I have also acquired a knack for rodent breeding and offer whatever I can to the frustrated herpers of Northeastern Colorado.