The crickets I have to feed my very young brown anole are growing faster than he is so I have about a dozen or so that are now too big for him to eat. What should I do with them? I suppose I could separate them out into some other container and try setting up a small breeding colony, but if I do that I foresee myself sooner or later having far more crickets than one little anole can eat. It starts to feel like the beginning of the kids' book, _If You Give a Mouse a Cookie_. First there is the baby anole. Then there are the crickets, but they get too big so you breed them to get more small crickets. But then you have too many crickets, so you get another anole to help eat the crickets. It has to be a female because the first one is male so sooner or later there will be more baby anoles.