The 100 watt basking bulb. If it's a mercury vapor bulb, don't use it.
You need an incandescent flood bulb for basking.
The tube florescent for uvb
And Ceramic heat emitter for any needed night heat
You can add another tube florescent if you want or any regular incandescent light.
Get yourself like 3 or 4 low sided trays more if you want, that you can plant the grass in. Then as they sprout enough grass, put one of the tags in with your tort. Once he has eaten or trampled it, switch it out for another one and replant in the one you just took out.
Getting sod though, is...
Wow, that's scary they got in your house. Rats don't scare me, but in my house, I may have burnt the house down lol.
So very sorry this happened, how horrible for all of you.
I have rats that gets in my chicken coop.and tortoise shed. I think because there is always food of some sort in both...
I believe if you let this continue she eventually will drown. The tunnel/hide should be made to not flood from rains. A hurricane or heavy tropical storm, you should pull her out too.
See what Tom says.
No intense bulbs
A tube florescent
An incandescent flood
Ceramic emitter if/when more heat needed
The 2x2 is way to small to get correct temps. You really need to find a way to get a bigger enclosure or rehome him to someone that can properly take care of him.
You need to still improve his care greatly. His outdoor enclosure looks good but your inside care not so good. 70 is too cold for a sulcata.
please read caresheets and improve things. Stop using the cream the vet gave you and up the humidity and temps. Do not use a mercury vapor bulb.
They just look like dry spots to me and some new growth. Nothing a cream will heal, but husbandry may need tweaking.
I wouldn't trust the vet again though.
What is the humidity?
How large is he and how old?
What size enclosure does he live in?
What are the temps, all over, basking, night?
They need the room to roam and exercise to keep legs and inners working right. Only one hide is needed, not multiple. Rocks can cause them to flip which can be deadly. Add flat rock to walk over, not climb over. Plants will work too, just don't use big pots that will take up space. Placing...
One temp is not okay. Needs a basking light, use an incandescent flood bulb for basking that reaches temp at tortoise height of 95-100.
All over temp during the day should be 75-80 and night temps in the 70's. A fluorescent tube light for uvb.
Water should be available 24/7 in a low sided...
It's a sulcata. Tell the people that found it to inform local animal rescues, vet clinics and pet stores. Also check their local neighborhood nextdoor forum.
Be sure they give him/her a low sided dish of water, we recommend clay saucers. They can feed her greens, orchard grass hay for now but...
Sounds like you have it covered. Keep her warm but be sure she isn't stuck under a heat light, that she can't move away from. Do not use any more iodine, its okay for a one time use but using it too much delays healing. Be sure all the maggots are gone. Check in and around tail and legs, if...