Hi - first time posting. I received a 5 month old veiled cham 7 hours ago. He underwent a 3 hour drive and was incredibly stressed when we got him (snapping etc.) He is severely dehydrated and skinny. I've had a constant mist running since we got him and he drank a LOT. He's drank for about an hour total. However since we've gotten him he hasn't opened his eyes. The person who sent him sent a vitamin formula as well. I guess she's been force feeding him. Current status: Eyes not opening Can move and hold onto branches without too much issue Not agitated or hissing when handled Defecating yellow. Zero interest in food (again, won't open eyes.) Cage 30 in x 16 in x 16 in Lighting: Unknown (getting new bulbs tomorrow - he came with what looks like a UVB and red spectrum head lamp). Humidity: 65% Diet: Unknown Vitamins: Unknown Cage Temps: 85 non-basking and 95-100 basking I have read that if they get too dehydrated it can ruin their eyes. I have the following questions for you cham pros: 1. How long does it typically take to re-hydrate? 2. What should my regimen be for tonight? 3. When should I start trying to feed him again? I don't want to re-stress him and do him more harm. 4. how long do they have to go as dehydrated before their eyes are ruined? I've attached pics. You can see a video of him drinking here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OuD5WHJxPpwOp4Ql9S_meRNEVAl5uxZl Maybe y'all will be able to help shed light on the level of dehydration he's at. Please help - I can't get him to a vet until late tomorrow and I want to make sure I'm doing everything right until then. I'll be "working" from home so it can be as attention-intensive as necessary.