Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: New Brunswick, Canada
I don't know if anyone will read this but I need some more help. The iguana is still not eating normally (but is eating a couple bites a day). He's been SERIOUSLY trying to escape his enclosure. He spends almost every waking moment trying to get out. I always thought that trying to escape meant something was wrong with their enclosure but I really can't think of anything. His enclosure is massive, good temp and humidity, all the right lights. I just don't know what his problem is. Could it be a mating thing? We're pretty sure he's a male and he's sort of in the adolescent stage. I'm just worried because we're going away for Christmas next week and leaving him in the care of someone else (who will be coming to our home to care for him) and I just don't want him escaping or getting sick while we're gone.
Three kitties (Hank, Napoleon, and The White One), two degus (Jay and Silent Bob), and a new chihuahua puppy (Gidget).
Special Pets in Heaven:
Bogus (cat), Dixie (dog), The Orange One (cat), baby iguana, and Charlotte (dog). I miss you all so much.