I have an albino leopard gecko who is going on two years old. He's always had horrible aim when feeding (crickets), but we did realize when we closed the curtains, he got slightly better. During his previous feeding, he barely ate, it took him all week to eat 15 crickets, when that usually takes him 1-3 days tops. My fiance just fed him again today and noticed that, not only is his aim worse than normal, he's acting like he's finding them with his nose instead of his eyes. He doesn't seem to go after crickets until he taps them with his nose, and even then, he sometimes can't catch them. We did just move about two to three weeks ago, so he could be getting used to his new location. It doesn't seem like his new spot is brighter or anything, ether way, he normally stays in his little cave the majority of the day, anyway. We are not using any lamps, just one of those eating pads under the tank and a heating rock. We do take him out a lot, but I really don't think we're exposing him to too much light or anything. A few months back he was acting really drunk, and couldn't stay on his feet really well, and got the advice from a vet to wipe him down with a wet cloth, to get rid of skin parasites or something. Since then, we give him a full bath every two weeks or so, and that seems to help him a lot. The bath thing doesn't seem to help this issue. I'm worried if he keeps on like this, he's going to start losing a lot of weight. Right now, he's at a healthy weight. We are trying to spray him down a little more often to see if the extra moisture in the tank helps, but if anyone has any other ideas, I'd appreciate it. I'm so worried about him.