E.cyanognathus concerns

rosehaired1979

Arachnoking
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Well a week ago my cat decided to knock down my E.cyanognathus kritter keeper. Well its burrow was messed up no biggie I thought she would make a new one. She hasn't since then and that concerns me because I know this spieces is a obligate burrower. I gave her water the other day I did catch her in the water dish getting a drink. Her not burrowing is concerning me yes I am happy I can see it all the time but I am not happy because I know they need to burrow. She is coming up on a moult soon shes not eaten for several weeks. Any suggestions?
 

billopelma

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After rehousing, both of mine will take some time before doing any extensive excavating. I start a hole for them which they usually adopt straight away but other than neatening it up it takes quite a while before they really start digging in.
Other than that, get rid of the cat, they're nothing but trouble waiting to happen...

Bill
 
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