My cham hasn't eaten in about 2 weeks. I offered roaches and crickets (he used to love crickets!) he has never tried to eat worm-like feeders. So, he hasn't eaten in a while, he will sometimes come over to the feeder cup and watch them, but doesn't try to catch them. He is getting skinny, I can see his ribs. He doesn't look dehydrated he just won't eat! His color looks good still, but he isn't moving around much, he hangs around mid cage and won't come to the top. Yesterday I got him to eat 1 waxworm by touching the side of his mouth and sticking it halfway in when he opened up. then I placed him back near the basking lamp.. after a few seconds he swallowed the worm. Today I fed him 3 with the same method. Thats the background, but I am giving you this to ask about a hospital cage... I can't have free range feeders in this cage. I am thinking that a smaller, screen enclosure would be better for him, at least until he puts on some weight. Then he wouldn't have to move around so much to reach food, and he seemed to like hunting/catching them better than eating from a cup. Cage- about 24x24x36, pvc and 1/4" hardware cloth Lighting... be specific- reptisun 5.0 tube (and a daylight bulb) and domed basking light Water intake- mist 3xday plus dripper Food and supplements- thats the problem, won't eat and so doesn't get supplements!