Ok my birthday isn't until August so it's a little ways off, but first off he might build me a stacked snake cabinet that can hold about 5 snakes. We will eventually be getting another corn snake when we breed our bloodred but that won't be for probably at least two years unless I find a female that fits my breeding plan with him at a steal price before then. Josh knows how much I love boas. My only issue is they can get HUGE and I don't want a snake that is too big for me to handle on my own. I started looking into smaller boa species and I've fallen in love with Hog Island Boas. They usually top out between 5-7 feet (usually stay less than 6 feet though) which is small for a full grown boa. I have an extra 30 gallon tank that would house a baby hoggie for a while until he/she is large enough to be moved up. By then Josh will have built a custom setup for me to upgrade the snake into. If he gets me a hog I will be pretty excited. It's been pretty awesome having snakes in my life again and I forgot how addicting they are. It's pretty easy to have multiples since they are generally easy to keep and fairly inexpensive to feed and care for. No wonder people on the snake forums I'm on easily have 20 snakes or more. Josh would kill me if we had that many though so we're limiting how many snakes we will have aside from an occasional clutch here and there when we breed the corns. This is what a hog island boa looks like. This hoggie is owned by one of the people on the corn snake forum I'm on. He's about 9 months old now I believe.