NEW BABY, I NEED HELP

Jd3nn21

Member
HI, I just got a new baby veiled chameleon, named Pastel. After doing 5 months of constant research, and lots of planning, I finally made the paradise for my baby cham. However, I seem to be stressing myself out too much. I have had my chameleon for a little over a week, and he isn't eating as much as he should be eating. I am feeding him the correct amount, however he doesn't want to eat. I have tried the wax worms trick, it worked for the first day, but after that it didn't do anything. Pastel is not a feisty cham.... yet.... hopefully never..... and i have gotten him to willingly climb on my hand, while he was still in the cage, this miraculous event only lasted a few seconds, but it was progress. so if anyone has any tips, i would love to hear
 

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kinyonga

Chameleon Queen
Welcome to the forum!

Please answer the questions in the how to ask for help thread near the top of the health forum so we can check your husbandry for you.

Do you have 2 threads on this same topic?
 

Chameleoking

Avid Member
It's very normal for a cham to not eat when you first being him home. So five it a week or two. He will be fine. Also it will help if you add a umbrella tree or or something similar to make the cham feel less stressed.
 
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