Hello! My name is Lil H
Lil H's Info...
I am not good with kids.
Please contact Kathy (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about this pet.
1/24/09: Lil' H was surrendered to RICA by way of the MN Herpetological Society. We have no prior information about her. She was surrendered as a baby.
Update: 11/24/2011: Lil' H has grown into a beautiful female! It's hard to believe how big she has gotten. As you can see by the photo, she used to fit inside the green cereal bowl. In the next photo, she is to large to fit in it now! Lil' H has tamed down a lot, but she still has a lot of spunk! She can be held, but don't let your guard down, or she will jump out of your hand and run away.
More information about Resource for Iguana Care and Adoption
Rescue Group Info...
Our primary mission is to educate the public on the proper care and husbandry of the captive green iguana. We foster surrendered iguanas while we try to find a permanent home. Iguanas are not easy to care for due to their highly specialized care requirements. We have a rigorous screening process to weed out the people who are only interested in the "cool" factor, or unable/unwilling to commit to the necessary care of a green iguana.
Most of the iguanas are fostered by me, Kathy, the President. Visits are by appointment only.
First we review you knowledge base of iguana husbandry. We make suggestions or corrections. We require that the enclosure is in move-in condition. A vet familiar with iguanas is required. We can make recommendations. A home visit is performed, or if out of the area, detailed photos are accepted. Our adoption fee is $75 or a spayed female is $100. An adopter has to be over 18 years old and a contract is signed.