Hello. I’m turning to this website for help because I don’t know what to do. I have a male baby veiled chameleon, and his name is Leo. I believe he’s around 3 months old. We got him January 3rd, and it’s now February 10th. At first, he was eating very well. He would eat 3-5 small crickets a day, and was quite active. His poop is brown with occasional white, and I dust his crickets with calcium powder almost every feeding. He’s in a smaller cage, which measures about 16x20x12 inches. I mist his cage 2 to 3 times a day. I handle him almost every day, and he is comfortable around people. He has only hissed twice at me, they were very soft hisses, and those were more recently, within the pst few weeks. I am not sure why he did, but I left him alone after, both times, to prevent stressing him out. He’s always been a brighter green, and rarely a tan or black color. He also shows darker stripes sometimes when so take him out of his cage. Then, a few weeks ago, I discovered he was constantly keeping his eyes closed. He kept them closed even when I brought him out of the cage. I figured, he must be getting eye damage. So, I switched his UVB bulb from a 26 watt, swirled bulb, to a 13 watt prong/straight bulb, and keep it a good 6 inches from his basking spot. After that switch, he seems to keep his eyes open much more, however he still closes his right eye more often, while leaving the left open. He has yet to shed. Now, Leo isn’t eating. He hasn’t eaten in 2 days, and before that, he hasn’t eaten in 3. He’s only eaten 2 crickets in the past 5 days. I’m very worried. He looks skinny, I can see his ribs at times, and he is not very active. Sometimes, I find him in the lower parts of his cage. Not the bottom, but beneath some leaves on lower branches. His water source is currently a waterfall system. He drank from the waterfall the day we got him, and he knows that’s where water is, however I may be changing it soon because it’s a breeding area for bacteria and I can’t be sure if he is going to the bathroom in it. So, I have tried to hold crickets up to his face, leave them in a bowl, and let them roam the cage- he won’t eat any. I’m very worried and would love to hear what I should do.