Hello, I have been considering getting a T for a while now. I decided that my best option would be a Tliltocatl albopilosum since they're docile and "easy to keep" husbandry wise. I almost almost bought a sling from fear not but shipping costs kept me from pulling the trigger. Yesterday I figured I would check my local reptile store since I needed crickets anyway and see if they had any, low and behold they had what I believe is a sub adult for $30 (was told it's captive bred). Well hindsight is 20/20 and now that I'm thinking about it the poor little beastie was hiding in it's legs when I bought it, so I know she was already stressed. Fast forward to getting home: I had a 2.5 gallon glass aquarium that I figured would be a good in between size for this kid, filled it with good amount of eco earth because I read a ton of "needs more substrate". Put water dish in corner and made a hide with cork bark dug a bit out under it. When rehousing I tipped the container to much and dumped the old substrate on the poor thing and it took off (only went 2 feet before freezing), caught her easily enough, and got her in her new home. Since yesterday she has moved from one corner to another and dumped her water (at opposite end of enclosure) at one point last night. Today she is up on a corner (as seen in pic) , still hiding in her legs. I considered removing some substrate but I don't want to stress her even more, I have not fed her because she looks stressed and I overall feel really bad for her. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.