The RSPCA is appealing for information after an iguana was abandoned in a box in a Coventry park.

The reptile was collapsed in the box when he was found by a member of the public in Edgwick Park, in Cross Road, on Wednesday (22 February). Due to his collapsed state, it was initially thought that the iguana was dead.

He was collected by RSPCA inspector Georgia McCormick, and is now being cared for at private boarding which specialises in exotic … Continue reading…

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The RSPCA has launched an investigation after an iguana was found abandoned in a local Winchester park last Friday (10 June) with a severely broken leg.

A member of the public found the lizard in the public park on Cromwell Road in the Stanmore area of the town and took him home in a plastic container before the RSPCA came to pick him up.

RSPCA inspector Jan Edwards said: “I noticed straight away that the poor thing was limping and … Continue reading…

Thursday 27 March 2014

RSPCA Cymru is trying to find the owners of a green iguana found roaming around the garden of a house in Newport.

The householder was surprised to say the least when she discovered the two-foot-long lizard strolling around her garden. After realising he was harmless she was able to catch the reptile and confine him in a box before handing him over to the RSPCA.

Inspector Selina Chan said: “This iguana is very tame and has … Continue reading…