I'd love to help you, but don't you think you should include what type of chameleon it is? They're all different.
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OK, you haven't posted back so it looks like you're not really interested, but if you are considering a chameleon, bear in mind that they do have certain requirements to keep them happy. They are not a particularly easy pet They need to be given a spot heat lamp to allow them to thermo-regulate (move around the enclosure to keep their body-temperature comfortable). They need an ultra violet lamp to allow them to synthesize a certain vitamin, otherwise they will suffer from bone deformities. Their live food should also be dusted with a calcium/vitamin powder for this reason. They need humidity in the form of an automatic mister or manual spraying several times a day. They also grow BIG. The tiny chameleon you buy will possibly grow to 2 feet in a year, and maybe more (depending on species). Get yourself a good book specifically on the type you're considering and get everything in place before you get the chameleon.
Here's a cool one:http://www.freewebs.com/crossfireenclosures/
Good design, but a chameleon enclosure needs to be higher as they are tree-dwellers and go up-and-down a lot. OP - Please give more information about what type you're considering as their requirements are different.
What type of chameleon (veiled / yemen, panther, mellors, jacksons . . . )?