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Feeding Doesn’t Have to be Difficult

Foraged food

Feeding 12 iguanas can feel like a big task. Everything you need to feed your iguana can be found in the grocery store produce section. However, that can get expensive after a while. So what’s the best way to save

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Growing Pains

Running a rescue is not an easy undertaking. Especially when you have limited space and an open door policy. What is an open door policy? It means we never turn down an iguana in need. We will always find the

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Happy 2015!

For all my followers… Happy New Year. It’s been a long time since I’ve posted and it’s been super busy around here. We have 12 iguanas in the house now! I love to have lots of friends around but some

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Posted in My Friends

New Rescue

Last night we got a call from someone wanting to turn in an iguana. He said the people that owned him moved and didn’t want him anymore so this guy took the iguana in. He tried his best for a

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So much to say

I haven’t posted in a while and I apologize. There has just been so much going on that time slips away. Let’s see, maybe I can just give you the highlights… Saoirse Marie has been adopted out. She found a

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Posted in Just for Fun

We’re Famous!!

That’s my girl Wilma on the front cover of the North Brunswick Magazine!! The magazine did a whole big article on the rescue. You can see all of us in the article and learn about what we do at the

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More Iguanas!

Well, sort of. A family who could no longer take care of their 6-year-old female called the NC Aquarium to turn her in. They don’t take iguanas, but the herpetologist who works at the Wilmington aquarium also works with our

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Posted in Home, Reptile Rescue