Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Veiled Chameleon, Male, 3-4 Months Old. 2 days? Handling - Not often at all? Feeding - I'm attempting to feed him 8-12 crickets per day around noon each day. I tried free range feeding him but I think his cage is too big for him at the moment so I'm starting to cup feed him. I'm gut-loading with carrots and collard greens. Supplements - I have a zoo-med Calcium supplement without D3 and then a Calcium supplement with D3. I have not purchased any vitamins yet. Watering - I'm just misting him at the moment for about 5 minutes 3 times a day. I've seen him drink twice so far, so I'm pretty sure he's hydrated. Fecal Description - I've only seen 1 dropping which was black/white so his feces looks good. History - No history Cage Info: Cage Type - 18x18x36 screen cage. Lighting - I'm using a Solar Brite 100 watt lamb which emits UVA/UVB/Heat. I have him on a 14 hour light schedule from 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. Temperature - His basking spot his right around 90º. His low temp at night is around 70º. I'm using a dial thermometer that is attached to his cage at the same height of his basking spot. Humidity - His humidity levels sit between 55 - 75 throughout the day. I'm using a hygrometer which sits next to the thermometer to measure humidity levels. Plants - I have 2 live plants in his cage. One large Hibiscus because I read online that those are good plants to have for chameleons to climb/hide in and to snack on. I also have a smaller Golden Pothos to give him climbing/hiding space for the middle/lower parts of his cage. I have another rather large log that reaches from the bottom of his cage to the top with lots of branches sticking out horizontally for him to move about. Lastly, I have 2 6ft fake branches which wraps around throughout the cage and reaches the bottom so he has ways to get back up the cage if he ends up on the bottom. Placement - I have my cage located in a separate office/studio space, which I use for maybe 4-5 hours a day. Other than that no one goes in there besides my kitten, who is interested in the cage but usually just sits at the bottom looking up at it. He's only noticed my Cham maybe 2 or 3 times but doesn't do anything to him. The room never has lights on unless I'm working in there in the evening. Throughout the day I will leave the blinds from the window open to get some natural sunlight. Location - I'm located in Austin, TX so I'm in a location that has very high humidity and temperatures for about 8-10 months out of the year. Current Problem - My biggest concern is the fact the he seems to be on a hunger strike at the moment. I tried free range feeding him and then I realized his cage is probably too big and he's in a new environment. I then switched to cup feeding today but he still has no interest in his food at all. I've seen him drink a couple times but I still have not seen him eat. I've tried holding him and taking a cricket with some tweezers and rubbing the cricket against his mouth but he turns away and has no interest in the food. I've tried taking a tooth pick with the non-pokey side to gently open his mouth but he still doesn't open at all. The other thing I'm concerned with is the fact that he keeps his eyes shut all day. This is something new that he's doing as of yesterday. He will move around but keep his eyes completely shut and just feel around to figure out where he needs to go. His humidity levels are good and I'm very persistent on making sure he gets misted throughout the day for a minimum of 3 minutes. I've only had him for 2 days now so I'm hoping that he's more or less scared with his new environment and me helicoptering over him to be sure he's ok. I'm starting to back off and let him relax on his own. Let me know if there's anything else I should try!