Hello, I am new to this site so please be nice. I have a male Panther chameleon, I call him Fallbou, he is about 6 months and been doing quite well until today. In the morning he seemed quite different. His eyes appeared a bit sunken and he was literally laying under the basking spot. He seemed like he was taking a nap and it wasn’t normal basking if you know what I mean. I have noticed that he was eating less than usual in past few days but I thought that he don’t like his feeding cup, so I started to put crickets again in his enclosure as before. But today he was just weird. I have found strange half digested cricket, what I considered to be a vomit. Definitelly not a poop. I am worried that something is going on with him. I know that going to vet is the best but I just wanted to know if there is something I can do now and if he is really acting as a sick chameleon and it’s not just me being overreactive. Thank you for your help. Here is the form. Your Chameleon - Panther chameleon, male, approx 6 months old. I have purchased him when he was 3m and half cca, so I’m taking care of him for 2 and half months. Handling - Normally few times a week but it depends. Maybe 2 or 3 times per week. Feeding - Every day few crickets. Last two weeks he had some meal worms but I know they’re not healthy so I put them away. 2 or 3 dubias in past few days but he didn’t like them, didn’t want to eat them so I stick with crickets. I give my crickets variety of food. I am giving them gel with vitamins mixed with water for drinking and cricket food for eating. They also have dry mixture on the floor. I always give them fresh food as: apple, orange, mandarine, carrot, potatoe, salad, cucumber, banana or other fruit or vegetable I have at home. Always looking whether they can eat it on the internet. Supplements - Every other day I dust feeders with calcium, I use Plastin and supplements which I have purchased on reptile expo, not completely sure whether they are good so I returned to Plastin. Once a week I dust with Reptivite. Not sure about amount, I just dust the crickets. Watering - I mist my chameleon with hand mister until the cage is wet. Sometimes less because I am afraid of having too much water inside - I spray the leaves to create drops. In past days I have seen him drinking. Fecal Description - Today his poop was solid - brown part but the white part seemed quite runny. Yesterday his poop seemed okay, solid parts, white part was white but between two parts there was a bit of orangey mini dots. He was never tested on parasites. History - Yesterday I accidentally woke him up at night a few times, I was feeding the crickets and turn off the lights, he woke up. Then I saw a poop in his cage and wanted to clean it, so I woke him again. I have recently rebuilded his cage. He had a lot of small branches there. I added plastic exo terra moss vine and live Bromelia plant. Cage Info: Cage Type - Glass cage with screen top and screen stripe under the door. 120x50x70 (h x d x w) Lighting - Regular bulb for basking 40W, UVB ReptiEye 26W and Biovital narva 18W. It turns of at 7 in the morning and goes off in 7 at the evening. If I am not able to mist it in time, I will let the lights shine one more hour. Temperature - Around 30 at basking spot, elsewhere on top 27,7, in the middle 24. Humidity - By misting. Normally 50-60%, sometimes 80%. I use exo terra hygrometer. Plants - Ficus elastica, 2 Pothoses, Bromelia, Orchid. Placement - It’s in my room next to door. The side of the cage is covered with beige paper, I think he was sometimes scared of movement. Another side is partially covered (it is next to my table), he is walking around the cage and watching me sometimes when I work there. No fans or wents, only door to hallway. The top is 170 cm from the floor, cage is on the table. Location - In the middle of Europe, Czech Republic. Current problem: Chameleon seems lethargic, he is sleeping/taking nap during the day, not eating. I think he had vomited in the morning. I tried to mist him in my bath room because he seemed dehydrated, he was drinking. Also i put a few drops of water in his mouth in late afternoon. I have covered mostly his enclosure so he can relax without being stressed. When I think about it I gave him a roach at friday night. I was cleaning them and find out one who was white, freshly shed and Fallbou was interested. He ate him. I put the lights on for an hour (thought it could help him digest the roach). I know I shouldn’t feed him at night, never done it before. Can it be the problem since he is pooping now? His cage. Fallbou yesterday. Fallbou today. The vomit. Thank you again for your help. Sorry for any mistake in my grammar or in editing this post.