Advertisement Hello! I had no luck googling this question, so I figured I'd come here to ask. I have some hissing cockroaches I personally rescued from a feeder cage my dad has for his bird eating spider. Everything seems to be going well, I lurked a lot of threads on this forum and was successful at keeping them pretty happy for this past few months. Straight to my question, I noticed that one of my hissers is significantly paler than she used to me. I assume maybe she molted and I had missed it, but a quick check around the cage shows no shell. I didn't do a thorough check, because I noticed as I was throwing some food in their cage and they were all eating so I decided I'd just check in the morning, but the thought is in the back of my mind. Any explanation? I'd like to note that when I saw her, she wasn't hiding in the log with the others. She was laying on the food dish, and I assumed something bad had happened, but then she just walked back to her log as she always does. Aside from that one experience when I found her color like this, there are no behavioral changes. Another thing I'd like to add in is last week I did clean the entire cage because I found very small white bugs crawling around the dirt. I wasn't sure if they were harmful so I changed it, cleaned the cage and briefly rinsed the roaches under water. They didn't seem really fazed or bothered by any of this at the time or after.