- Jul 31, 2016
I was at my local pet store today, picking up some supplies when I saw this poor C. cyaneopubescens, in a filthy, mold infested container. It's about 2.5 to 3 inches. Severely neglected, no water dish. Looks to be on the verge of starving. Very little movement. I immediately got that poor thing out of there and just got it home. I just rehoused it in a new container, provided a water dish, and presented it with food. This poor thing won't eat and will barely move. A little advice would be appreciated in hopes of nursing it back to health. I just hope it is not beyond saving. This is by no means my first T. I have just never seen one this poorly cared for in the past.