Advertisement I’ve had Cinnamon for at least seven years now she was an adult when I got her, she’s a Grammostola Rosea as far as I can tell, adult, confirmed female. She hasn’t molted in at least two years and hasn’t eaten in several (4+) months. Recently ever since I cleaned her enclosure and freshened up the coco fiber substrate she has been curling up like this. She has a clean and full water dish and I keep her out of direct sunlight with half her enclosure covered for a nice dark spot. My room is room temperature and I offer her crickets biweekly which she ignores. Her old dirty endlosure had webbing all over the floor but she has neglected to do this since I cleaned it about a month ago. She does move and appears to move normally, even getting fiesty when I picked her up to examine her recently. She is normally dark in color so it’s hard to tell if she’s pre molt or not. Her fangs are shiny and intact and her abdomen small but smooth and not wrinkly. Either way I recently put her in an ICU overnight in case she was dehydrated, she perked up alittle but then went right back to this curl position again. I’ve tried putting her in a warmer space to see if the temperature was the problem but that didn’t change anything. I tried a darker space too and that also did not change anything. I’m worried about her. Meanwhile her neighbor (in a nearby enclosure), Tippy the pinktoe, is doing just fine and she has the same substrate, crickets, and water source. Any ideas what might be wrong or is she ok? Let me know if you need more details.