So, I had another thread called "Soooo frustrated" which describes my situation with Stitch. I just was checking on her and she is up at the very top branch in her cage, as close to the basking lamp as she can get.... So, now I am wondering if the problem with her not eating had been a combination of things. Maybe because she is in her new cage, she was too shy to explore very far, and therefore was cold and didn't want to eat? Unfortunately because of the setup, it's pretty difficult to tell what the temps in the cage are. It is fully screened, has the basking and UVB light on top. My room stays at about 72 degrees, so I know it's not below that. Any of you have suggestions on how to keep heat in a screened cage? Anyway, at the risk of disturbing her in her new found spot to hang out in, I put five free range crickets in the cage. I have given up on the container feeding. She just doesn't understand it, no matter where I put it, the depth of it, etc. Last night I put a dish with two wax worms and a dish of veggies in the bottom of the cage, but doesn't look like she touched them. I am hoping that once she warms up and is more comfortable, she will search out the crickets. They are definitely challenging pets, and I spend a lot of time worrying about her.