So i have an ambilobe panther chameleon named Skittles.. hell be turning 2 years old in october, ive had him for about a year and a half. He currently resides in a Dragonstrand Medium Atrium with a Reptisun T8 linear UVB and a 30watt(?) heat lamp that goes on an off from 8am-9pm. Currently i have a Mistking that goes off at 8:30am for 1min30sec, 10am for 2min, 11:30 for 1min, 1pm for 1min, 2:30pm for 1min30sec, 5:30pm for 2min, and 7pm for 1min30sec. Last year around November or so he started to develop a problem in his right eye. I immediately took him to the Vet and they believed it was stuck shed in his eye and/or an infection, so we got him on eye medication and they told me to wash it with saline daily. For a little while it didnt seem like it was working, but ultimately it didnt, it was a rollercoaster.. hed get better then get worse all the time, until eventually the infection claimed his eye sight.. its extremely sad. So here we are now. The vets said that hed lost his eye sight completely in his right eye, its sort of shaped funny now and theres no pupil.. the other eye isnt so bad but they dont think he sees anything out of that eye either and i agree.. they said its better off for him that it happened gradually and not suddenly, so he sort of got to “adjust” to it.. I still feed him and give him water through syringes every couples of days. I used to have to force his mouth open to feed but now when i take him out he almost starts licking his lips and i can slide crickets in without forcing it really.. He was and still is somehow a SUPER adventurous and friendly chameleon, so i still take him outside to feel the sun and try to hold him every so often just so he doesnt feel so alone.. even though i know they thrive in solice. I have a Nosy Be named Mr Freeze who has the same setup next door to Skittles. He started to experience the same issues but he got through it and is now thriving again.. So basically my question is what does everyone think about the quality of life for a blind chameleon? I love him so much and id do anything for him, but i dont want him suffering.. has anyone cared for blind chameleons before?