Trust, you do not want a Chunky Cham. I adopted the chunkiest guy on the block. He made me feel like he was bullying me for feeders. Before I found Cf, I was feeding him everyday, as much as he would eat in 15 minutes. After I decreased his feeders, he began begging for food! Broke my heart ❤️ not being able to give him feeders. Then he started being grumpier than usual. On non-feeding days he gets a ton of exercise looking for feeders. He hikes the entire enclosure several times. 🤣I no longer feel bullied and he knows I'm in complete control of his feeders. Also, he now eats the Money Tree leaves which should be good for digestive health.🤣
🤣. Carmelo is a 2 1/2 year old Veiled. I adopted him in October 22'. Crickets are his staple. He hates Dubia. Initally, he was really secretive about drinking, pooping, and grazing. Now, he just don't care who's watching. He let's it all hang out. After I clean the enclosure, 5 minutes later pooping. While I'm watching. He turns into a T-Rex when grazing on the Money Tree. I added a dripper and he was there for the drinking.You have a Vield or Panther? Although my boy is surrounded by lively greens I've never seen him graze.
Dubia is his staple and up until now, there have always been a surplus of them available in the feeder. However, it's only when I throw some crickets in there will he immediately make a b-line for the feeder. I don't know if I've ever witnessed him doing this with dubia. And what's weird is I can randomly at anytime he's awake, place a roach on a vine and he'll take it immediately. He moves fast when he wants to.