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    Hi everyone!

    I'm pretty sure that my Felinus female layed her first eggs yesterday, but I'm not sure if i should remove all the plants etc to find them because my male died a year ago and its also stress for it...
    So does anybody know if they attack an eat their babys like my Daygeckos would do or are they a bit more friendly?

    And is it true that they can save the sperm some month / a year or is it impossible that they will grow and hatch ?

    Sincerely Philipp
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    1.1 Aeluroscalabotes felinus (Cameroon Highland)
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus (Flame-Variant)

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    While I know nothing about cat geckos, this happened with my pictus gecko last year. I ended up with 5 healthy hatchlings from retained sperm from the previous year. I did not expect eggs, let alone fertile ones, so I never dug around for them. They hatched in the viv and survived until I found them roughly a few days after hatching. I think if you have enough tight spaces to hide in for the little guys, they might make it ok. I am not sure how stressful it would be for your female to dig up her viv. I'm sure someone with cat gecko experience will respond.
    Congrats and I hope they do well for you!!
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