Mr. Drew and His Animals Too










Meet Your New Friends

Our Animals

Meet a few of the animals of Mr. Drew and His Animals Too in Lewiston, Maine. They have been performing on shows with Mr. Drew for years!


Note: Not all animals can be shown as new animals arrive often and unexpectedly and rehomed. 

Abby

Abby is a California Black and White Kingsnake. She is 15 years old and started out as a hatchling owned by Mr. Drew's oldest daughter. Abby is an ambassador for all snakes. She has been held safely by thousands of people and she is the snake that has helped people overcome their fear of snakes (ophidiophobia).

Creature

Creature is an Argentine Black and White Tegu. This large lizard has a very diverse diet. It eats a wide variety of things and if he is hungry during a show, Mr. Drew may feed him by hand! Tegus are hunted for their skin and when you feel its skin, you will understand why!

Janis

A Red Ear Slider Turtle is the number one public enemy of the state. These turtles were common pets for many years. In 2010, they became illegal in Maine because they are a highly invasive species throughout the world! Maine has seven species of turtles, four of which are protected, and the Red Ear Slider is a threat to our native species.


Mr. Drew is one of the few people in the State of Maine that can take them in and rehome them out of state.

Kobe

Kobe is a 19-year old Sulcatta Tortoise from Africa. This tortoise belongs to the third largest species of tortoise in the world! Males of this species can weigh as heavy as 200 pounds and live for as long as 150 years.

Vietnamese Walking Sticks

Mr. Drew raises many types of insects as food for many animals. He also brings them to his programs because insects are just as fascinating as any other animals. Stick bugs are found all over the world, even here in Maine!

Braveheart

Meet Braveheart, Mrs. Drew's Rat. Braveheart was born and raised right here at the Center. He is an amazing animal. Intelligent, gentle and loves to eat popcorn. He cuddles with many of our patrons and love EVERY minute of it! If you are considering a rat as a pet, you are welcome to choose a rat, we will hand tame and socialize them and will go home with you in a few short weeks all for a reasonable donation to our Center.

Beakster

Beakster is most elusive in the wilds of Maine as he is protected and almost extinct here. Beakster is a male Eastern Box Turtle, you can tell by his red eyes, and is about 45 years old currently and an amazing addition to our Center.

Chloe

Chloe is a Lucistic Japanese Rat Snake. She is sweet, non- aggressive and absolutely beautiful. As she is white, most would think she is albino however; that is not the case, she is lucistic, which means her eyes are not red as most albino animals are, they happen to be blue. You have to meet her! She is an incredible creature!

Iguana

Iguanas are not legal in Maine anymore. These creatures are often aggressive and with their sharp nails and razor whip tail, they could certainly cause some damage, if you are not paying close attention. Our Iguana's are socialized and love to eat greens right out of your hands as they are vegetarians. Beautiful animals!

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