Hey everyone, thought I'd start my new membership off here by asking a question that's really been bothering me the past couple days. See, last year I bought my sulcata after doing much research and spent $500 initially just to make sure I started off right. Well, there's been a couple of problems I've had with the substrate but otherwise I'd say everything is going well. Alphonse is just about the same size he was as the day I bought him; 2.5 inches long by about 1.5 inches high (shell length only). Now, I've been looking at pictures of other torts to kind of gauge his progress, and I'll see pics of sulcata with people saying they're about 3-5 years old and they seem to be at least the size of a decent watermelon. I'm getting really concerned and wondering why Alphonse hasn't grown at all in one year. Is it natural? I'll include some random specifics; -I give him calcium/D3 (phosphorous free) supplement once or twice a week -I bathe him once or twice a week, and let him crawl around inside after he's warm and dry -His diet consists of wheat grass and a little dandelion greens and clovers (is all that's available here or the next town over, and I only recently ordered a pound of various grazing seeds) -He gets some exercise outside though not as much as I like (I'm really nervous because of all the cats, we always have between 5-8 cats laying on our porch, most of which are not ours) -He gets UVB lighting with basking lamp -He doesn't seem stressed, and actually spends quite a bit of time crawling between and on top of hiding spots in his cage (which is 24 inches X 24 inches) -His shell is nice and firm with no pyramid shell Anything else you guys can think of, just ask.