Kellogg has been hiding for a few weeks now... I think it's because I spooked him when I had him about last time. He was climbing in my lap and I must have had part of my shirt tucked under my arm, because it fell and touched Kellogg. I don't know why it scared him so much, it was just an itty-bitty corner of a shirt, but he slithered as fast as he could under the shelf. I let him calm down and put him back in his cage, and he hasn't stopped hiding since. No change in his enclosure, heat is correct (basking side is about 85 F). Eating normally. When I change his water he'll pop his head out from under the substrate to see what I'm doing, but he won't come all the way out. How do I let him know that I won't scare him again? Should I just do what I did when I first got him - put my hand in the enclosure to get him used to my scent for a few days and then hold him for more and more minutes at a time?