I’m involved in a search, rescue, and release mission because a baby lizard somehow sneaked in the house.
Right now he’s lying low, evading my efforts to liberate him, lurking behind the sofa.
I’ve tried everything; this isn’t the first time it’s happened, but so far I’m not successful in this rescue and release.
And that means neither is that lizard because there’s nothing for him to eat here – no flies, worms, caterpillars, nada.
I’m only trying to help.
I cleaned behind the sofa and now there’s no dust, either.
WHERE ARE YOU, LIZARD?
A brief Google search let me know that lizards symbolize resurrection, rebirth, and regeneration. In Egyptian hieroglyphics, the symbol of the lizard was representative of plentiful abundance. A lizard in one’s house is often seen to represent an old friend or acquaintance, reminding you of their spirit.
The next morning…still no sign of this lizard, but I’m still looking. I haven’t given up yet.
Just after noon, I almost stepped on this little lizard as he was well camouflaged on a floral rug, but he made a wise choice to reveal his location. I grabbed a plastic container, pushed him in, and ran outside to set him free.
Enjoy your freedom, my friend!