Hello i am new here I work at a petstore and recently had some jerk dump several lizards (in tanks) in our parking lot before tearing off. Amongst the abandoned babies was a single green anole. Because we are a corporate petstore, we couldn't find official homes for them, and the staff each took one home to temporarily house until we can find better places for them. All of the little guys were kept in terrible conditions, unclean tanks that were too small and probably poorly lit, based on the things that were left with them, severely emaciated. I personally took home the anole, and while I would like to keep her, I am beginning to think I may need to find someone more experienced to take her permanently. She is severely underweight (protruding hips and sunken eyes), and seems to have no interest in food at all. The first few days home, I gave her reptiboost, but when that didnt stim her apetite, I pulped some cricks and syringe fed her the paste mixed with her reptiboost. She's still making solid poops, but I've left her alone since the day before yesterday to adjust to her new habitat in case the adjustment is stressing her. I think she is trying to shed, but I'm worried to stress is too much for her little malnourished self! currently housed in 10gallon tank which I keep between 75 at night and 85 day with a basking spot around 90. I mist her twice a day at least, sometimes more if her hydrometer reads below about 60, she has a shallow water dish, rainforest floor (coconut), and moss for humidity. Large log for climbing (its her favsies!) and two small plants for hiding it, one high one low. She also has a small mound for climbing. Lamps are an infrared (im not sure of the size or wattage, its what was in her hood, but keeps her at a good temp), and 5.0 13w UVB reptisun. I measure her temps at top and bottom, and a hydrometer at the bottom. I am definitely having trouble keeping her humidity up, so I could use advice on that as well as how to generally keep her eating. I am seriously considering adding a drip system to keep her humidity up, at least until this shed is done, because I have seen her nose rubbing at trying to drink off the walls, but I work all day and obv can't bring her with me to keep her damp. Opening the tank reg stressed her so I don't want to have to keep adding more moister that way. Because I rescued her under such odd conditions, I do not know how old she is, and because she was kept in such poor conditions, I can't tell if she's young and malnourished and stressed, or older and definitely female (im 99% positive she's female, she has all the traits and no anal scales). I can't upgrade her tank right now, but I can change her lights or substrate or food source. tl;dr i have had unwilling parentage thrust upon me by way of green anole. I feed her tiny crickets and mist her. I did all the stuff the care sheet told me and the brat won't shed or eat.