Blood in cage and I am worried that my panther may have pooped it!

Xyres

New Member
This morning I went into my little guys cage and check on him, fed him and made sure everything was ok. Later when i got back from picking up a package I noticed this in the bottom of the cage!

http://imgur.com/gS6gALv

I am worried because he doesn't seem as active so I took him and put him next to his basking spot. Yesterday his poop was a little runny but aside from that he seemed fine! He has been resting his body on objects so is that an issue? He has also never seemed to have an issue eating and there is also no prolapse. Any help or advice would be hugely appreciated.
 

Tannervan20

New Member
Could be parasites... Sorry to hear about that! If you can fill out the how to ask for help form people will know exactly what to do!!!
 

Xyres

New Member
Could be parasites... Sorry to hear about that! If you can fill out the how to ask for help form people will know exactly what to do!!!
NOPE
Not parasites. I just contacted my breeder and asked me what supplements I was using. JUST TO LET EVERYONE KNOW the repashy cal+D3 turns RED after it gets wet and sits for a couple minutes. I just tested this. My breeder said that he experienced the same thing when he first started using repashy. I went and observed my cham a little bit and he was cruising around as per usual.

My little boy is healthy and I was just over reacting haha. Thank you to everyone who showed concern for him.

http://i.imgur.com/65w1cY7.jpg?1
 

Lukie Pookie

New Member
Hearing about sick chameleons always gets me scared and really worried. That was a close one. Glad yours is doing fine. He is beautiful by the way.
 

camimom

New Member
Yea, was about to ask you the same question.

Blood is much redder color.

almopst all repashy supplements turn orange/red when wet.
 
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