Hello!!! We have owned our chameleon for 6 months now, since he was just a hatchling, and because we will be moving we can no longer keep him. He is in the healthiest condition for his age (6-7 months old) and loves sitting amongst his greenery watching the world pass. We are including everything of his along with him so he can continue to live long and flourish. Below is a list of all the items we wish to include in this deal.
• Male Veiled Chameleon • Metal cage: (NOT MESH) so the chameleon can mosey free with no worry of injuring (cutting) himself and the cage will last longer, has easy access pull out tray for effortless bedding changes, 2 feeding dishes along wall side for (food, worms, lettuce, water, etc.), fully stocked with lush green foliage for the chameleon to climb, sit, bask, etc. (2ft. across front, 2 ft. bottom-top, 11/3 ft. front-back) ($70 value) • Reptile Terrarium Carpet: an eco friendly, reusable, clean way to maintain an unsoiled habitat for the chameleon ($11 value) • Metal Shelf: easy to install, (holds 40 lbs.) includes 4 metal supporting brackets ($20 value) • Humidifier: Air-O-Swiss ($170 value) maintains consistent humidity thorough cage, essential for your chameleon to have 50%-100% constant humidity • 2 Lights: Heat lamp for basking and UVB for sun vitamin D absorption to help calcium metabolism (both with working bulbs) ($30 value) • Cricket habitat: along with cricket food and cricket bowl in chameleon cage (small fish bowl) ($20 value) • Chameleon Calcium (sprinkle on food), Reptivite (reptile vitamins), Tropical Mist Humidifying Spray (for a shedding, dry chameleon) ($15 value)
About Him: The Veiled Chameleon has a very fascinating color changing ability... the brighter the foliage, the brighter the chameleon! The Veiled Chameleon is an exciting chameleon to keep. Not only does it have beautiful coloration but it attains a large size. For chameleons, it is also generally easy to keep. It is tolerant of a relatively wide range of temperature conditions, it has a high reproductive potential, and unlike most of its relatives this chameleon is an omnivore eating both insects and plant material. Males reach a total size of 12" to 19" by around 12 months of age and reach sexual maturity at around six months old. They are variable in color, including bold vertical bands consisting primarily of bright gold, blue, and green with yellow, orange, or black. Bicolored or tricolored males are occasionally seen.