My little Lita won't eat. I've had her since birth and she's about 8 years old. I've not had a problem with her until now. She blued in mid March but I never found a shed skin. She's not had a bad shed in years so this concerns me. Doubly so because she has not eaten since though I've tried to feed her several times without success. Usually I feed her 2 adult f/t mice every week and she usually eats them within minutes of sticking them in her vivarium. Lately she just ignores them. I even gave her a live rat to eat which she killed but did not eat. She's lively and active and appears healthy. And I'm confident that she has never gotten cold enough to burmate or think about burmating. When I handle her I see creases at different spots on her body like the old skin is still stuck on her. I've soaked her in warm baths, rubbed her gently with a temped wash cloth after a bath a couple of times. Some scales came off of her this evening when I was rubbing her again but they don't look like old skin scales. And I noticed that the creases I see weren't there after her bath so I'm thinking it might have to do with dehydrated skin or something. She's got plenty of water in her glass vivarium -with a wire mesh flip top lid- to soak in and drink. And I've seen her drink and soak plenty of times. The temps reach high 80s during the day and low 80s, high 70s at night, natural heating and lighting (I don't have heating pads active on her vivarium or an active lamp). She has never burmated before. I've got coconut fiber as bedding, enough for her to burrow through if she wants. (she has done so in the past). I'm definitely a bit anxious about her having not found any solution to get her to eat or shed if shedding is the underlying problem.