Hi everyone! I've been recently looking into purchasing a chameleon, so I decided I'd join a forum. You guys seem, really friendly and helpful and am excited to learn more from everyone and make some friends!
glad you joined do you know what kind you are going to get? its so exciting to get your first cham there is a care sheet for just about everything you need - its good to see research being done BEFORE you get your little one , (and then the next...and next.... - it just seems to happen )
Yea, I'm tied between the Panther and the Veiled. I'm leaning toward Veiled Chams more because if I screw up or make an error (pray to god it won't happen), it won't be as heavy of a financial loss. (50 as opposed to 250). Also they are strikingly beautiful and have been one of my dreams to maintain. However Panthers have a better disposition and smaller sizes...gotta weigh out pros and cons Anyway, I will have it by next June (at the latest), or April (at the very earliest). I have lots of research, preparations and breeding colonies to establish (feeders) before I get the cham! I'm very excited, but a little nervous!
Hello and welcome to the forum. I am new as well but I can tell you there is a great bunch here. Heck I have seen some even giving each other free critters. I haven't been that lucky. However I have found a great deal of information I wouldn't otherwise know. Most of All consolation and understanding in times of need. Yes I have ruffled a few feathers and some have given me their Socrates version of things. But that is the beauty of things and that is the human factor. One thing you m know for sure is that the great majority wil give you the best well intended opinion. I know I would. Look forward to learn about your growth in this wonderful addiction
Yeah I'm liking this forum already! It's amazing how friendly everyone is Can anyone recommend some good panther breeders? Veiled? Is LLLreptile a good place to order animals from? I found this amazing veiled kit on their website (only need to be a couple more things), but I'm not sure about the quality of the animals that are shipped and sold.