Usually you hear about cats getting stuck in trees, not iguanas. Authorities in Franklin, Massachusetts say they successfully rescued an apparently abandoned iguana that spent the last four days perched in a tree. A woman noticed the animal in the tree over the weekend, and contacted multiple agencies about the non-native lizard. Reptile experts worked with a Franklin police officer to safely get the iguana out of the tree. The Reptile Refuge and Animal Sanctuary in Beverly Massachusettes is taking care of the iguana until a new home can be found at a zoo or science center.
Here is the woman who reported the little guy to be rescued.