I didn’t join this forum to be harassed and to be given attitude for doing absolutely nothing wrong. Just because this isn’t my main source for information, doesn’t mean I’m not taking proper care of Charlie. Obviously I love her to death, and am trying my hardest to make her living situation the best. I appreciate the help I get on here, but I don’t need to be talked down on or criticized when we are all here for one purpose and that is because we love our pets. I have consulted with vets and other chameleon owners FYI. Thank you.In this thread back in March you were asked to answer the husbandry questions....you didn't.
In his thread, in March, you were asked about the basking temperature and more...you didn't reply...
If you had answered the questions and continued the conversation and made any corrections we might have suggested...it's likely that your chameleon wouldn't be in this situation now...because you would have known what needed to be changed. Your cage would have been at the right tomperature so she might have digested her food well enough to poop. (If she's too cold, she can't digest her food.) She would have had a proper light for basking....(we would have recommended a regular household incandescent non-LED bulb for that). We might have known there was an issue with the egglaying.
In THIS thread, you're still not answering the questions well enough....and you haven't posted good photos of her so we can see all of her to determine her health. Or of the lay bin.
I also wonder why you dust the carrots instead if the insects with the vitamin powder and do you use a phos free calcium powder in the insects just before feeding them to the chameleon?
You said..."She hasn’t had a bowl movement since she’s been sitting there for 3 days… but her urinates have been pretty white. I gutload the crickets with carrots covered in a powder with vitamins. Will post a picture in a minute"...I explained about the possible reason for the lack of pooping. Still waiting for clear photos of her showing all of her from the side...be of the laybin.
Sorry to be a little harsh about this but...I'm concerned about your chameleon.