Someone called me asking if I wanted their old iguana cage. Made of wood, etc etc. I asked them how big it was, and their response was "Big for an iguana" so I went to check it out, thinking maybe I could lay it on it's side, and use it for my future Savannah monitor. I get there, and the cage is 3x2x1.5 ft, all wood, with a plex front, holes drilled everywhere, and only one door on top of the cage - front was nailed on. It was only $20, so I took it anyways. My Milk Snake is due for an upgrade. It'll be good for him. I need to sand and vacuum the inside, seal it, and then use foam to create a background (and cover up the bajillion and one drill holes.) and it will be suitable. Maybe put some leftover linoleum tiles down over the sealant on the floor to make cleaning easier. Turn the front into a sliding opening. I was going to upgrade him soon anyways - now all I have to do is fix up the cage a little, and it will be ready for him.