<br>These critters are as common here as cockroaches are in NYC! This guy lives in the carrying case of a folding camp chair on my porch. <br><br>*ah-ooooooooooooooo-gah* DIVE! DIVE!! *ah-ooooooooooooooo-gah*<br><br><br>
Yep, my cat isn't even allowed outside and she finds ways to stick her paws under the doors to snag those little guys.<br><br>I always save the geckos. She can have all the moths and crickets that find their way into the house, but geckos are just too cool to be tortured. <br><br>
My dogs couldn't be bothered. Well, one of 'em is 17 yrs old and half blind anyway, and the younger one just gives 'em a sidelong glance and goes back to her tennis ball. It's the blue-tailed skanks you gotta watch. They'll try to bite if you get to close.<br><br>
We have the big green ones to just like the Gieco insurance mascot but they are to big to enter the house where my cats dwell. And yes those bite too, in fact kids/boys have them bite their finger tips and dangle the Gecko in front of little girls to freak them out <-- its a little boy thing I guess.<br><br>Yes iRock<br>Here its considered that a Gecko inside the house brings good luck - but they shiit all over the place. Soo if I find a gecko before Robert does, I capture and release outside.<br><br>Note; Geckos and Lizards are known carriers of "Salmonella" so wash your hands if you handle them and certainly not good for cats either. <br><br>
Here's what the little guys by our place look like. These are plastered all over the walls and doors near outside lights as they wait for the moths too come to close. I love em <br><br><br><br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Our lizards have smaller heads and tend to be very shy. We have some of these this year. First time in a few years. This little guy was on the side of our house hanging out under the porch light a couple of weeks ago. Actually he is pretty large compared to some of them.<br><br><br>
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