Hi! This is my first entry into the forum. I have an almost full-grown AFT belonging to my 12-yr old son. We purchased him from a local pet store in November last year. He has yet to eat ANYTHING!!! that hasn't been forced by moi. I have taken him numerous times to a reptile vet, and after testing his poop, blood, X-rays, etc. extensively, and establishing that I have his habitat set up correctly, we have determined that he is perfectly healthy. I have offered him gourmet green and orange cube fed crickets, mealworms and even waxworms, but he is totally ignoring them. I have had to hydrate him by wrapping him in a warm, wet cloth daily, and forcing food into his mouth in order to keep him alive. Over the holidays, I decided to leave him along for a week to see if he would eat. Nope. I added some dried flies to his bowl, which he must be licking as he has pooped a small amount, but he has lost weight. When I feed him, he gains weight and even sheds successfully. So....what other things can I offer him to eat? Cat food? cockroaches? He is so beautiful, and I would just love to see him eat and thrive. Help!!