Hello Everyone! I am new here but have been reading the posts for the past few months. My son used this site as well as library books to learn all he could before we agreed to buy him a chameleon. We bought our guy back in July and have really enjoyed him. He is very social and seems to want to be a part of the family. I know I (well my son and I) will have lots of questions and we go through this journey and I am so thankful to have a safe place to post questions. With that being said fall is coming and the temps are starting to drop, we live in North Georgia. During the summer the temps in his cage would range from 72 (morning) to 78ish (during the day) and this are inside temps and he loved it. Very active was able to "sun" himself in the morning however since it has gotten cooler (we have not yet used our heating source) the lows in our house have been around 67-68 in the morning and go up to 73-74ish. We have a thermometer in his cage and the room temp is the same as in his cage. It is an all screen cage and at night we use the red 40w heat bulb to provide extra warmth. During the day its the dual bulb lamp (I am sorry I am at work and I cannot think of the exact name right now but it came with our reptibreeze cage but we did update the bulbs per this sites knowledge). He does not seem to like the cooler temps and comes straight for me when I go to put his breakfast in there. He feels cool to the touch and will either crawl up my arm and go to my neck (to hide under my hair and get warm) or he will try to reach my son and lay flat on his arm to get warm. I am assuming we need another heat source or a way to keep some of the heat in his cage but I don't to cook him or make it uncomfortable for him. Any suggestions on how we can do this? I have added some pics so you can see our sweet boy! Thank you all for your help and I look forward to hearing your responses.