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Adoption Alley – take a stroll down Adoption Alley and become a rescue Ally!!

Before adopting or fostering it is important to research the rescue you are brining into your home and make sure that you have everything in order to give it the best life possible. Some of our rescues come from pretty bad backgrounds. As an adopter or foster it’s important to give them the best life they never had. There are many things to consider so let’s begin!

Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does the Process Take?

Reptile Invasion is a small staffed non profit organization. While we have many creatures in need of homes, we always want to make sure they are given the best forever home possible. Our process takes the right amount of time needed specially designed for each pet. Many factors are in play so one general time frame is not given.  

How Much Does Adopting Cost?

Each rescue is a different cost depending on type of animal, supplies it already comes with and vet care needs it may have. We can’t put a generic price on a living being. 

What Is the Difference Between Adopting and Fostering?

Adopting is for life. Adoption means you are choosing this animal to take home with you to it’s forever home. It will not be bounced around or given away, it is part of your family now. Fostering is an extension of the rescue, this means once the rescue finds a suitable adoption family it will leave your care and move on to it’s forever home. Fostering is another form of volunteering your space and time to the rescue while caring for the animal in your care.

Will I need Additional Veterinarian Services?

You should always have a vet lined up in case of emergency. You should also start saving what is called an emergency fund as exotic animal care can cost more than a regular dog or cat vet. 

Should I continue to update the rescue after the animals is adopted?

YES PLEASE! We love to see how those in our care have gone on to have great lives with their forever families. You are always welcome to share any and all updates you would like!

Find A Snake

No Name

Ball Python
Adult – Female

About 3 years old.

Diablo

Ball Python
Adult – Male

Ninja

 Ball Python
Adult – Male

Find A Lizard

Tory

Black and White Argentine Tegu
Juvenile- Boy

Chuckie

Chuckwalla
Adult – Male

Bob

Bearded Dragon
Adult – Male

Find An Invertabrate

Spider

Invertebrate
Adult-

Spider

Invertebrate
Adult-

 

Scorpian

Invertebrate
Adult-

Find Others

Yang

Axolotl
Baby-Less than a year

Surrendered: GFP Morph surrendered with missing feet and limbs at 2 inches. Now eating small earthworms and 5 inches long! Adopted 8/23/2022

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Reptile
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Surrender

Reptile
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Proceeds

All proceeds go to the housing, feeding and health care of the many current and future reptiles in need residing within Reptile Invasion whether via the main location or foster families.

Please donate today to make a difference in the life of an abandoned, surrendered or abused creature at Reptile Invasion.

Adoption Success Stories

Lenny

Leatherback Bearded Dragon
Adult – Female

Surrendered: Previous owner couldn’t care for her any longer. Lenny was in good condition but proceeded to have two spay surgeries due to eggbound issues. She is a fighter and a princess.

 

Caliban

Crested Gecko
Adult – Male

Surrendered: During Covid his previous owner ran out of funds to feed this little man. He came to his new family weighing 27 grams and spent the first two months on critical care to get him to full weight. 

Sol

Bearded Dragon
Adult – Male

Rescued: This dragon was living outside when he was found. It is believed that he was dumped. He is blind in one eye, has a frost bit tail and tongue with missing toes, bump on his chin and MBD. He is a survivor.

YIN

Axolotl
Adult – Male

Surrendered: Lavender Morph surrendered with missing feet and limbs at 3 inches and has grown to over 5 inches with giant beautiful gills. Now in their forever home!

Cassandra

Columbian Boa Constrictor
Adult – Female

Cassandra is a Colombian Boa Constrictor and was surrendered to Reptile Invasion from another animal education organization that didn’t have the time to give her the attention she deserved. After being treated for mouth rot (and once her permanent enclose was set up), volunteers Dylan and Eliza adopted her into their family in May 2021. She makes appearances at reptile invasion events of its not on her feeding day and she’s not shedding. She loves head pets, chin scritches, and curling up on her hoomans like the lap cat that she is.

Adoption Information

You have tried to get that adorable face out of your mind. You open this page and close this page but the name and the picture still remains.  You can’t fight yourself any longer. It is now time to take the next step. I need to know more. Continue on to learn more about how to bring your new family member home.

Foster Information

You don’t think you have room for another permanant critter, your significant other won’t let you buy another animal…but you could have a huge impact by fostering a critter for a time. Find ourt more information about fostering to help clear up space at the main location for more last minute intakes.