This is my second time posting here about my rescue iguana, Zen. 1st time in 2009 regarding continual prolapsing and we finally did a hysterectomy. History: She wandered into our yard in 2006 as a juvie. Husband and preteen son wanted to keep while I checked into relinquishment as I am not a reptile person. Well 13 years later she is my baby girl and was just diagnosed yesterday with leukemia. (Only cried four times since then but trying to be strong and figure out the right thing.). The exotics vet said poor prognosis with weeks to months left. I said I didn’t want to do chemo and she offered fluids and steroids with a possility to extend her life by only weeks. She has had a diet of dark greens with berries, outside cage with heaters (although humidity has been a struggle but we mist her every day) and she is in the sun daily. She has had color loss and lack of shedding for close to a year and I thought it was just age. She was alert and climbing, jumping as of last Saturday but beginning Sunday and into Monday wouldn’t eat, was lethargic and weak when I would bring her out in the yard. I have soaked her (which she is not a fan of) and added watermelon to her salad. I kept her in the house last night with heating pad to try and make her comfortable. I guess I am wrestling with traumatizing her with ongoing injections or doing a home euthanasia. 1st question; is chemo or radiation a viable option given her age and 2nd question: anyone have knowledge of a home euthanasia program for exotics? Thanks for any thoughts.