As a few of you have seen, I have posted some threads for some tips for raising a chameleon. I am planning to get one in the middle of December and I can't wait. This isn't the first time I've had chameleons as I had two when I was a kid and they were so special to me and loved them. I had Jacksons the first time around and will getting a Jackson the second time around as well. Somehow over the last month or so, I came up with the idea of getting another chameleon. I have gotten these ideas a few times over the years but this is the first time I've had the financial commitment to actually getting the cage and getting the chameleon. My supplies list goes as follows: 18x18x36 Screen Cage (Already Purchased) Plants and Branches (Obviously) Misting System and Fogging System (Ordering in a week) 5.0 UVB 15 Watt 50 watt basking bulb (Already Purchased) Temp and Humid Gauge So far, I have a Pothos at the bottom of my cage and a dracaena going up to the top. I will be looking to put in some branches and possibly another plant (likely Ficus). I am still wondering what to use for a draining system. Would towels on the bottom of the cage be able to soak up the water? What other simple systems are there? Tips would be appeciated. I will be using this thread to show the evolution of my process with pictures of getting the chameleon and when I do get one, raising it, and it will be a cool thing to look back at over time. Can't wait to hear from you guys and get my journey rolling.