Iguana Cage Safety Tips
An iguana is a fun, interesting an exotic pet to have. As such, it is a pet that will require more care and attention than a standard dog or cat. This is not to say it is a better pet than a dog or cat, just a different one.
Because it is so dissimilar to other types of pets, the iguana will require certain special needs attended to and will also have additional requirement for its safety. The most common requirement is keeping the iguana safely secured in an iguana cage.
If there ever were a reason to have a solid iguana cage it would be to safeguard your iguana. While this would seem academic, most people take the safety of their iguana for granted.
This, sadly, can lead to results that can be seriously problematic for iguana and iguana owner alike.
In a way, one feels bad for a pet iguana when the poor creature is locked up in an iguana cage. One does feel bad, however, only when one does not realize that the iguana is safe in the iguana cage unless, of course, the iguana’s owner is paying strict attention to the animal.
If ever there was a sincerely sad situation is when the owner leave the iguana out of the iguana cage and stops paying attention it. Then, when time goes by, the owner will look for the iguana and cannot find it.
When the owner comes across an open window, it is fairly safe to assume what has happened. That, sadly, is the only thing that will remain safe, as the iguana’s chances for survival on the outside in an environment that is totally alien to its natural habitat are very slim.
So, keep your iguana either in full supervision or keep it secured in its cage. It’s your pet; treat it with love.