Missing my Cham, George :( Can you post pictures of your chams and their names to cheer me up?

ginger00

New Member
I guess I don't really have a question here exactly, I'm just really missing my little Jackson's chameleon, George. He passed earlier this week...and didn't know who else to tell who'd understand what losing a Cham is like ;(
I miss seeing his light on at the end of the hallway and feeding him and occasionally holding him. We made him a pretty burial in my backyard... I'm just sad tonight. He helped me a lot and I grew a bond with him as I've been ill most of this year and pretty much stuck inside my house. He made me feel like I still had a purpose on the days I wasn't able to do much or leave home. Especially when I was home alone. I still had to care for him every day no matter what I love him so much. But this next whole week I'll be home alone, like REALLY alone now without my baby :(

Can anyone post pictures of their chams and a little about them and their names? :) I just want to try to be positive and focus on life and not death, I love these little wonderful creatures. <3
George I believe was a Dwarf Jackson's Cham, my cute little 3-horned and occasionally blue/teal-tailed baby
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GoodKarma19

Chameleon Enthusiast
I'm sorry for your loss! :( He has such a sweet little face... I'd love a Jackson's some day. I hope you come to us here on the forums if and when you're ready to take on another cham - we can do a lot to make sure you're starting off on the right foot!! :love:

My pretty lady Lily (Ambilobe Panther):

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Also, baby Pickle Rick! 7 weeks old in this picture (hatched April 26) and still with his breeder. (Nosy Mitsio x locale)

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janjan20

Chameleon Enthusiast
So sorry to hear about George, he was beautiful! I love the teal tail :)
Here is a pic of my first Cham Rango. I found him in my backyard and decided to keep him lol. He was in my care for about 5 months and passed back in Feb. He turned out to be such a cool gentle little guy.
Now I have Baby Basil, he’s not as friendly but I’m ok with that lol.
 

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Daesie11

Chameleon Enthusiast
I'm so sorry for your loss. You had a beautiful boy. Just remember that even though he has passed, you have a new purpose to keep his memory alive :)

This is Pesto. He is my first cham, I got him a little over 2 months ago. He is a 3-4 month old ambibole panther. He is a very sweet boy and has never shown any aggression, only aloofness lol
 

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janjan20

Chameleon Enthusiast
I'm so sorry for your loss. You had a beautiful boy. Just remember that even though he has passed, you have a new purpose to keep his memory alive :)

This is Pesto. He is my first cham, I got him a little over 2 months ago. He is a 3-4 month old ambibole panther. He is a very sweet boy and has never shown any aggression, only aloofness lol
New leaked Pesto picks! :love: :love:
 

Multivitamins

Avid Member
I was scrolling through the forums while at the vet today figure I'd take a moment to snap a photo before we leave. I hope that the photos help.

This is my panther Chameleon he's about 10 months old and is a constant good ball.

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CometTheOdd

Member
I am so sorry for your loss. The Chameleon I have is named Cosmic and I am going to hate when I lose him.
 

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