SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — It was an unusual rescue effort for firefighters in South Haven Tuesday.
Harold the iguana went missing a month ago. He was spotted near South Haven Place and Bailey Avenue, but when police arrived to pick him up, he “scampered” up a tree. SHAES firefighters and their ladder truck were called to rescue the 2-foot-long lizard.
Harold’s owner arrived during the rescue and took him when he came down. She said she lost her 5-year-old lizard in July when he walked out of his unlocked cage.
Harold was healthy when he was found.