Advertisement I have a little A. seemani sling that has been a rabid eater since I got it. I usually feed it a small cricket (1-2 weeks) 2-3 days times a week. It would sometimes not eat, in which case I'd skip a feeding or two before trying again. Recently it reconstructed its burrow (it lives in a pill bottle) so be spacious at the bottom and give me a nice side view. This is great, and I can see that it is active (will move if I move the bottle or bump the shelf it's on), but it doesn't seem to have any way to get to the surface. It has moved the dirt inside so that it's as high as the lid (used to be about 3/4" room between dirt and lid). The last 3 crickets I have been stuck at the top and never been eaten. Is she just normally refusing food, or is it possible that she built a burrow that has no access to where the crickets are. If so, should I do anything about it?