Well when the death of an animal is the result of human error, you will have to buck up and realize that it is indeed your fault and make the choice to either correct your errors or to be neglectful and get another chameleon without changing your ways of husbandry.well CLEARLY you didn’t read the facts before stating your opinion. when someone is upset about their pet passing, you’re supposed to help them. not tell them it’s THEIR FAULT. feedback is helping, not making the person more upset than they already are. We took care of her for 6 months, clearly we did something right.
We are caretakers, not owners of these animals, the job of a caretaker is to take care of the animals the best we can. Looking at your set up, I can inform you that the enclosure is not the best for chameleons. So are you doing your part as a good caretaker?
There’s also no reason to pick fights with someone who is taking time out of their day AND is giving you good information that is FREE mind you that. If you can’t take criticism on how you care for your animals then why would you ask what was wrong in the first place? Criticism is necessary for animal care because it’s not just you who is suffering emotionally, but it could be the next reptile you get who also suffers if you decide to ignore the advice given.
Take it or leave it, that is your decision.