Hi for the 1st time, Chameleon Forums, I have a Jackson's Chameleon named Max from Hawaii. I am located in NYC. It's been hot the past couple of days and we do not have an A/C. What do you do to keep temps between 65-75F in the summer? I have a fan set up and we are misting his enclosure regularly to keep it humid. Max is eating and active during the day. However, I haven't been able to get the temp below 85 degrees. I'm worried, he's been through a lot already, being in the hands of first-time chameleon owners. In addition, he's not taking enough water. There is orange in his poop. We put him in the shower at least once a week. Usually he will drink then. Once or twice, he hasn't (even after 30+ mins of shower time) but will also occasionally take water from a handheld dropper when offered. At this rate, I've only really seen him drink once or twice a week. I've NEVER observed him drink water on his own, despite having a dropper set up in his cage and regular misting. I am likely getting an A/C installed in the room where he is. In the meantime I am eager for advice from owners in my region who have to deal with these jumping temps, as well as anyone who has experienced a Jackson's that doesn't seem to drink. Thanks in advance.