- Jan 17, 2003
Originally posted by Static_69
of course it is...
it is DAMP though. I didn't want to just put it in dry...what an idiot I am, now it is probably miserable.Originally posted by Buspirone
It looks like the new substrate you added is wet/damp. Rosies hate to get their feet wet. Once the cage dries out she'll settle down or give her something dry to climb and stand on/in.
My A. chalcodes did the same when I put it in a new keeper. It hated the wet substrate and just hung on the walls. When they substrate dried a bit, it went into construction and became an earth mover.Originally posted by rapunzel
Well, I HAD to be sure...
I must say, that this T acts like it hasn't lived in this critterkeeper for six months. It wants OUT. I think by adding substrate, I either messed up its world