My husband was sweeping in the garage when Lizzy got hit pretty hard with the broom. The lizard would not move and appeared to be blind in one eye, so we decided to keep him in captivity since we knew he would die if we let him loose. He did not move for the first couple of days and I hand fed him and had to do that for the first week and the eye has never fully opened and I have had to hand feed him since. Below shows how he is living in his new home (in a 15 gallon aquarium} since we t00k him in: In captivity for about 5 to 6 months Previous injuries healed Blind in one eye, opens it a little Heat lamp for reptiles (Zoo Med Repti Basking Spot Lamp 50 W) and sunlight through picture window in the room he is in. I just found out this lamp does not have UVB, which he requires. I am changing immediately Eats gut loaded crickets, one or two daily or every other day based on what he wants Is definitely not overweight I did have sand in the aquarium for about a week but then covered it up with Aspen bedding. It has been this way since after the first two weeks we had him Have pictures of lumps and aquarium. Lumps are not hard and have grown in size within the last couple months. Has a water dish and two plants (one real and one plastic), an oak wood branch to climb on and a rock-like perch. (All can be seen in pictures) Have had to hand feed him since we took him in from his injuries He is not eating as well. He used to always be on the wood piece near the heat lamp, but lately he has been on the bottom of the cage I DO HAVE PICTURES SHOWING THE LUMPS AND THE AQUARIUM. Please advise if I can do anything myself to help with his recovery One person told me it could be like a cyst or pimple where the vet uses a needle to prick it and then lets it all drain followed by an antibiotic Can't really take to vet as we have 5 cats (mainly elderly) and care for other animals (and at one point a squirrel 2 days old that the mother would not take. This squirrel has since been released to outdoors since Texas does not allow you to keep). If Lizzy's life depends on a vet, then we will have to go since we are the type that caused all of his injuries in the first place. Thank you so much for any help anyone can provide. We have really grown to love Lizzy very much and would like to make sure he is in great health.