Hi all - Peet is still hanging in there! I took him back to the vet yesterday for observation. The news is very good! -He has gained a third of his starting weight (the vet was very impressed by this.) -He IS NOT BLIND!!! PRAISE THE HEAVENS! -He is unable to open his eyes fully or for extended periods of time because his eye muscles are severely weakened. -He said his color is incredible, so much so that the staff had trouble finding him in his enclosure. -He expects recovery to be slow but successful. Care moving forward: -Handfeeding gutloaded crickets on a dusting schedule. 6-8 medium a day. Since he can't hunt I try to feed him all 8. He legit spits them out if he is full so I'm not too worried about overfeeding him. -Muscle building. Need to work on his eyes, tongue, and body. Eyes: light handling to encourage eye movement, moving him away from the heat source makes him open his eyes, artificial tear rinses make him move his eyes, heavy mistings several times a day. Tongue: stick dusted, soggy crickets to his mouth so he has to use his tongue to dislodge them. Not much I can do with this until we get his eyes fixed. Body: put him in different climbing situations to make sure he's not having any of his other muscle groups degrade. Overall, he is doing much better. He will probably never be what he could have been with the correct care from the start, but I think all of this hard work is paying off and he might have a chance at a simi-normal chameleon life. The vet said give him another month and don't give up. Thanks for reading!