I've got a friend at work, she has 2 leos that were her older sisters. When the sister moved out, she left the geckos to the family (who didn't really want them). So now my work friend is trying to get rid of them, because they simply don't have time for them. So I told her if she couldn't find them a good home, I would take them and find them a home myself. I don't want to keep them, I'm holding out for an ackie myself, but I don't really want to leave them in her care. They've been on calcium sand for the ~3 years they've been in the family's care, eating nothing but meal worms and the family has never even heard of supplements. They will be free, with two 10 gal tanks (the geckos are 2 adult males) and lights I believe. I instructed her as much as I could about the cal sand and supplements, and getting digital thermometers, and taking them to the vet! (they've never been ) They look healthy enough in the pics, but I'm no expert. I just know that they need better than what they have. Hopefully she put them on newspaper like I asked, and printed out the care sheet on this site. Haven't heard from her since I told her all that. So my main question is, if I do take them in, where might I be able to take them? I have no problem looking after them till I find a home, I need to get used to cricket dusting and such for when I get an ackie. I will certainly take them to the vet for a check up, but I don't want to spend a terrible amount of money on shipping them anywhere. Anyone in Southern California that would like a few free geckos with cages?? I'm in Riverside, please let me know of any good homes I might be able to take them too. Thanks!