I finally got Molly Mae to the vet (yea, I know I promised the group I would do so six months ago)
Molly is a rescue that appeared on my door about a year ago. I was told she was about 7 years old and in reasonable health.

The vet told me she has so many health poblems that she is amazed Molly is alive. I considered putting her out of her pain but the vet said Molly is now healthy and happy, I should let her live out the few years in comfort (vet says she is closer to 14 years old).

I am dancing because the vet told me that Molly is alive only because of what I have done over the past year.
I want to credit this group. All I know of iguana's is from the people here.
I am dancing because the vet told me that Molly is alive only because of what I have done over the past year.

Glad to hear that "Molly" is doing better and is on the road to a better life.
~Wade
I finally got Molly Mae to the vet (yea, I know I promised the group I would do so six ... over the past year. I want to credit this group. All I know of iguana's is from the people here.

You with held vet care. You gambled and may have won this time. I still say you're a piece of *** for for taking that chance when you knew better.

K
I finally got Molly Mae to the vet (yea, I ... All I know of iguana's is from the people here.

You with held vet care. You gambled and may have won this time. I still say you're a piece of *** for for taking that chance when you knew better.

You are always so helpful.
I finally got Molly Mae to the vet (yea, I know I promised the group I would do so six ... I should let her live out the few years in comfort (vet says she is closer to 14 years old).

Hey, glad she made it.
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Cindy
I finally got Molly Mae to the vet (yea, I know I promised the >group I would do so six months ago)

You should have brought her to the vet six months ago. It's good that she's doing so well, but you risked her life by not bringing her sooner.

When my cornsnake started making clicking noises when she breathed, the next day I brought her to the only reptile vet I knew of in Ireland. Took about three hours by bus and suburban rail (it's like the subway only over ground) to get there. Ended up leaving her there on a Thursday and collecting her on a Wednesday. Cost me 160 euros.
She ate, shed and escaped from her tank whilst at the vets.
You with held vet care. You gambled and may have ... *** for for taking that chance when you knew better.

You are always so helpful.

And you are always so disgustingly slobby fat. And you always will be.
Congratulations! Sometimes the good guys win.