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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kyle0417, Apr 14, 2018.
Forgot to include the picture in excitement, lol.
Congratulations, you are now a servant. Lol.
Congrats! Jeffrey’s a little cutie! Please post some pictures of his home.
It’s nothing much right now, I only got one fake plant and one stick thingy. We’re gonna get him more fake plants and a pothos as soon as we can. We’d already spent 300 dollars just to get what we’ve got now lol
Welcome to the forums. I would try to get some more plants in there asap to make him feel safe. You don't want him to stress.
I get it. Next time I’m at Walmart, I’m gonna get some fake plants, and next time I’m near a Home Depot I was gonna pick up a pothos plant.
Shower off the photos before placing it in the enclosure, veilds eat plants and gardening centers use toxins on the plant.
I don't think currently the enclosure is suitable for homing a chameleon, you may want to prioritize your trip to home depot and wal-mart.
Yep. We’re planning on getting some more fake plants and branches for him today to keep him comfortable until we can get a pothos.
Welcome @kyle0417 . You have a cutie . I just want to add veiled chameleons are Notorious for eating their plants . More real less fake would be the best choice , also real plants help with correct humidity . You want to make sure your baby is safe with no impaction issues .
Got a bit more foliage for Jeffrey to last until it’s warm enough to get pothos. It’s still snowing in Michigan!
You could get some branches from outside, frost would kill any possible parasites on the wood.
You could also check home depot for plants. All of them near me sell indoor plants, and pothos are pretty popular there. You'll also find a ficus from time to time.
He was actually pretty interested in me while I was setting up the new stuff I got for his enclosure. It was kind of funny.
Beautiful set up and cham!!!
Coming along! Make sure you give him a branch up so he can bask in the heat and somewhere for him to hide. They don't like being on display all the time and like their privacy sometimes just like we do. welcome to the forum
Done and done. I made sure he had a basking spot and privacy first thing.