Hi, I'm new to the message board, and I would appreciate any help that I can get. I have a male cuban knight anole, whose age in unknown. I've had him since the middle of August, and at first, he was eating very well. I feed a good variety of crickets, superworms, and the occasional pinkie (which he loves!). ALl feeders are gut loaded and dusted with herptivite and repcal. He ate very, very well for a few weeks, and then he stopped taking crickets, and would only eat worms and pinkies. Then he started refusing the worms, and now he's refusing pinkies! His enclosure is 2'x2'x2', with a 95 degree basking area, an ambient daytime temp around 85, and humidity 70-90% (I mist the enclosure 4x's daily to get the humidity up to 90, and it drops to 70 by the time I spray it again). The He has the Reptisun 8.0 uvb bulb that runs the length of the enclosure. At night, the basking area is about 85 with an ambient temp of about 72 degrees. The enclosure has tons of live plants and moss, artificial plants, vines, and a large soaking dish, which he never uses. The substrate is reptibark. I've taken him to the vet several times for physicals, vitamin shots, fecal exams (negative for parasites), and x-rays. His bloodwork is still pending. The vets have no idea what's wrong with him. He has been shedding every 3-4 weeks, and the sheds have been complete. He just finished shedding 2 weeks ago. I've been force feeding him Carnivore Critical Care diet (1ml 2-3 times daily, as he'll take it.). His color is still a nice bright green, and he's still biting me every chance he gets- so he's acting normal! Though, he is starting to get stressed a bit from the handling, but as soon as a put him back in his enclosure he relaxes. He's my baby, and I'm very worried about him. Any suggestions? Thank you!