I’ve had my veiled chameleon Karma for a little over a year now and I live in Texas we not so long ago had a winter storm with power outages and I had to keep my little guy warm by holding him under my shirt against my skin. His old cage suited him fine until this storm but during the rolling blackouts he was getting so close to the heat lamp he burned the top of his little head and his casque started getting swollen. I’ve since bought him and entirely new cage and moved everything down a bit so he can’t get close to the heat lamp anymore since he’s gotten bigger and I have since taken him to the vet his burn has been treated and healed and the vet suspected a respiratory infection so I had to give my little guy antibiotic shots. He’s finished them and the vet has run blood work and can’t find anything concerning the swollen casque she even tried to get a sample from it and came back with nothing not even air. I’m turning to the forum for any information on what could be wrong with him he’s never had any issues like this before. His poop looks normal and urates are white as normal with the little yellow but at the end as always. I have yet to get plexiglass to surround his new cage to keep the humidity up but he gets misted regularly. There are no live plants in his cage yet since I’m trying to find some organic ones that wouldn’t have any pesticides and he has a drip system to drink from which proves to work since he’s so hydrated. The vet advised I supplement him at every feeding instead of every other feeding to help strengthen his immune system so he gets 6-7 calcium dusted crickets every day. He is still very active and eats and goes potty everyday and still strong and sweet he’s always been a sweet boy since I handle him regularly as long as no one besides myself takes him from the cage and has happy colors. The calcium powder has no D3 to keep him balanced and his light has been tested for UV and is providing enough heat and UV for him. The vet can’t find anything out of the ordinary but will see him again if his condition worsens I’m still just worried about his swelling. I provided a photo I took before his bedtime. If anyone could provide some insight I would be so grateful I have already spent so much money on his new enclosure and frequent vet visits but I’m ready to spend whatever to make sure he’s happy and healthy.