So my fiance and I went on a 3 day trip today to visit some family, and we left our iguanas in the care of his parents. Feeding them, changing their water, and switching their lights. Easy enough, right? Well we got home today and their cages were a MESS! They had all been fed but one food bowl had dry s**t in it because no one had washed it out, and two water bowls were in the same condition- with barely any water in them at all. Along with that, their newspapers were scratched to pieces and claw marks were left on the walls. This is something that does happen normally with iguanas, but to be completely honest their cages usually look like that after about... I guess it would be a week, except I always change it every other day so I wouldn't know. My only guess is that our iguanas were quite terrified that there was somebody else reaching in their cage other than us. That, along with the fact that they were not taken care at all (which is surprising because his parents had experience with their daughter's iguana in the past) was enough for my fiance and I to decide that next time we go on a trip- even if it is for 3 days- that we will be taking our lizard babies with us. Which brings me to my main question: What do you do when traveling with iguanas? I know that you wouldn't be able to pack up their enclosures entirely, so what would you use instead? I would really appreciate any suggestions I can get!