Yeah I guess but ever since I got him he loves going out of his cage he starts head butting the bottom of the cage and when I open it he sprints out this usually happens on sunny days.
I'm not trying to be mean at all by saying any of this, but I really feel like you should do a little reading and studying chameleons signs and how to ready their behaviors and mannerisms a little better. The things you are describing are not good things and you are comparing chameleon behaviors to human behaviors. For instance, a chameleon pawing/headbutting at the cage shouldnt be interpreted as "he loves going out of his enclosure". For chameleons, their enclosures are their "safe space" so if they do not want to be there, it's a sign something is wrong with your husbandry. I posted a link you can read over about chameleon behaviors. Hope this helps.Hello everyone I have been closely looking at him and I was just touching him on the spine and he started vibrating and shaking his head, I am really thinking he pinched a nerve what can I do. And what can a vet do.
Edit: I think you will find it helpful to post pics of your enclosure and give as much detail as possible to have it reviewed by some of the people here to correct anything that could he stressing your cham. Everyone is here to help.