Chameleon Info: Your Chameleon - Veiled Chameleon, baby/juvenile, had about 3 weeks Handling - Arlo is held every morning and evening and sometimes in between Feeding - Mainly crickets that are feed repti cricket with calcium gel cubes and a little carrot, have fed 3 wax worms in past week, looking to get different worms as well and some fruit veg mix, tried some carrot and no interest there. Supplements - Crickets get the calcium gel so saw no need to powder them with calcium, have used the heptivite multivitamen twice- It seemed the dusted crickets didn't stay dusted so rolled a wax worm and hand fed. Feel like 3 of the insects with multivitamen have been eaten. Watering - Cham is seen drinking at least once a day. Dripper is used twice a day. Cage is misted at least twice a day. Fecal Description - No parasite testing. Poop is brown with some white around it. Looks normal from what I've been able to compare. History - New cham, no history but the past 3 weeks. Seems lively, interactive and relatively healthy except for its one eye. Will eat while being held. Cage Info: Cage Type - Repti breeze 18x18x36 cage, will upgrade to bigger when Arlo is bigger (he fits on a forefinger at present) Lighting - UV long bulb zoo med repti bulb. Heat bulb is a Daytime Exo Terra 60 W bulb.E Temperature - Lowest overnight temp seems to be 72. Basking spot is low 80's, use a Zoo Med temperature probe Humidity -I do not know about humidity, would appreciate recommendations on that end. Plants - One live Pothos plant in pot at bottom of cage that reaches bottom of fake branch and fine structure. Placement - Cage is on a cabinet about 30 inches off floor, on opposite end of room as the air vent and window. Housed between 2 bookcases. Location - Lower SE TN, near Chattanooga area. Current Problem - One eye failed to open about a week ago. That is when I bought wax worms and rolled them in the vitamin dust and hand fed to make sure he received vitamins. He is alert and interactive. Heat source was about 5 inches from top of cage and I adjusted it to 7 inches.