This made me LOL. Thank you for that chuckle!Perhaps he'd rather save & pay cash, or just finds the interest rates unattractive. Either way, he's fiscally responsible, & that's a rare trait in spiders today.
As far as not producing any webbing, maybe he's saving that for his rehouse as well. Good for him.
They got the name 'pet rock' for a reason. But if you'd like to share pics of it's enclosure, we can tell more.
Here is the encloser for my Red Knee. It's a Tarantula Cribs 12×8×8
They got the name 'pet rock' for a reason
. But if you'd like to share pics of it's enclosure, we can tell more.I have a juvenile female B hamori atm, and same thing she doesn't web much and she doesn't dig but she's eating fine and looks healthy so it's fine. Let em do what they're comfortable doing, these spiders are kinda known for being pet rocks anyway.
It’s a Picasso made by your spider ! Mine keep dumping there water dishes .I've tried to make my B. emilia a nice little burrow with bark and a lovely (dry) moss roof two or three times now with each rehouse. All in vain. Each time he promptly flattens it, scatters the moss around, and then sits right in the middle of his masterpiece of destruction looking smug. So much for esthetics...