Hi everyone. We were given a 6 mo old veiled chameleon by friends who were moving on Saturday. He came with a great set up. Mesh cage, fake vines, misting system, uvb light and heat light. He also came with gut loaded crickets and distilled water. I noticed he was a little thin but did not think much about it. On the first day, we held him some and he stayed perched right under his heat lamp for most of the day. He even ate some crickets and a meal worm. But, he has gone down hill from there. Today he cannot even seem to stay in the tree. He falls out and when he is on the floor he gets cold. I put him back in the tree but he seems to keep ending up on the floor. So, naturally I have done quite a bit of reading today and am worried that he may have MBD. When I spoke to the previous owner, they said that he had not been given any calcium because he had the gut loaded crickets. I have since purchased Rep-Cal herptivite with Beta Carotene as recommended by the pet store, but he is not eating any of the dusted crickets. Any ideas or suggestions? Could he just be stressed due to the move?