House of Pancakes is Rescuing Reptiles in Need

When you hear the words House of Pancakes, reptiles are probably not the first thing that comes to mind—but we’re here to help you broaden your horizons. This non-profit in New York is a foster-based facility dedicated to rescuing special needs reptiles.

House of Pancakes is located in Hudson Valley, New York and it opened its doors with one goal in mind—taking care of reptiles in need and helping them find loving new homes.

“Our purpose is to provide compassionate care for reptiles who have been neglected, abandoned, or abused. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome while promoting healthy and humane treatment,” reads their official website.

They’re taking care of a wide range of reptiles, including bearded dragons, geckos, skinks, monitors, tortoises, tegus, and other small and medium lizards. Their official website features a long list of animals for adoption, with their names, photos, and short stories describing their personalities and explaining how they ended up at the House of Pancakes in the first place.

In addition to using their official website to find new homes for rescued reptiles, the House of Pancakes founders are also using the power of social media to spread their mission, and their Instagram page is followed by over 30,000 people.