If H-Mom is laying on the sidewalk on her back, just push her into the sun. That should warm her up and get her going again.
Good thing H-Mom was watching the news on TV this morning. There was a quick little blurb about the stunning effect that our three-day "freezing" snap has had on the local iguana population.
Seems the cold is sending tree-dwelling iguana of all sizes in "shock hibernation," making them lose their grip of their branch and sending them hurtling to the ground. There they lie, motionless.
A warm sunbath should revive them.
H-Mom and Madison were at the dog park this morning, the first ones there, as usual, bracing the bone-chilling temperature of 41 degrees.
Half-way around the track, Madison spotted it first, right under one of the large trees.
She obeys a stern "leave it" with commendable promptness. The "frozen" iguana was tempting, but Madison didn't even touch it.
H-Mom waved down the park caretaker on his golf cart and requested that the stiff green lizard be relocated so that it didn't become a 2-1/2 foot long chew toy. Max said that he had been moving iguanas all morning.
Someone at the dog park had a wonderful suggestion for a YouTube video:
Line all the frozen iguanas on a sun reflector, face them into the sun and then video them as they slowly revive with the warming rays.
What a great concept, but who has the time? So, we leave it to your imaginations.