Keeping a pet iguana is crazy difficult.
The trick is to recreate a large tropical rainforest environment in your home. Not easy in Ohio in the winter.
Iguanamom has struggled all wi... Read More
I like to gaze at Max as he basks on his rock. He looks so relaxed. But in an instant he can spring to life and scarf down a pile of superworms three at a time.
He and I are so very different... Read More
Two months ago, Max joined our household, a ward of the reptile sanctuary.
We don't know much about his past, just a rumor that his previous owners thought he was 'too big', which is ironic sin... Read More
Fio has vacated his tiny apartment - a glass aquarium - and moved to a four-level condo, more suited to his size. It's actually a remodeled wire ferret cage, with clear plastic aro... Read More
Fio Getting Fatter
Fio has been with us since March 26.
Looking back on his first pictures it is obvious that he was terribly thin. At 14 months old he probably should have been much heftier. Three months later... Read More
Pets That Aren't People
As I type, my orange cat is sprawled across my desk. He stays as long as I scratch his chin and hops down when I stop. We have a family sort of relationship.
I understand him about as well as... Read More
No, no, no - not a farm for raising iguana's. A farm to grow iguana greens. It's a small farm - so far only a few rows of turnip greens and a collard green plant in a pot.
There's also a hibi... Read More