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How do I go about re-homing an iguana


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Posted by zelda on May 07, 2003 at 19:27:52:

In Reply to: How do I go about re-homing an iguana posted by MatthewT on May 07, 2003 at 10:25:59:

Hi, I own 4 igs...1 male who has his own place 4x6x2 (hes 4 1/2 ft long) and 3 girls ( all 3 1/2 to 4 ft long) who share a 5x6x2 cage...Even though I dont have the "room" with 7 no 8 kids and a husband living in my house as well, I believe they have the ultimate life...They are fed properly, have proper UV lighting, are clean, fat and healthy...I let them roam around about every other day or so and have no problems with that...I had given thought on building an outdoor cage for them, but I've read enough stories to see that it could cause them to be cranky, and want to be outside all the time which is impossible in Massachusetts...but that is my choice and is why I spend money on their lighting...In a way I understand your thoughts, but now this animal knows you and may not like moving to a new home...Give it some thought...Lyn


would I go about it, if I wanted to find a quality home?

:Thanks





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