Thanks for posting pictures. Poor little gecko! Does she show interest in the live crickets at all? The reason that I ask is because I notice that if I take out the stuff in Puzzle's cage, he doesn't have to look for the crickets when they hide, and it resulted in him eating pretty much everything I put in for him every time. Otherwise, he would catch the ones that came out in the open, but the rest would hide and he is so lazy he would just lose interest and go to bed. LOL The other thing that could be affecting her is the temperatures in the cage. Last you posted, the tank was at 75. If that is the warm end, that's too cold, and geckos go into what is called brumation when it is cold and they don't eat. So you need to make sure the warm end is up in the 88-92 range. I keep Puzzle's warm end at 90 and his cool end at 75-80. Another thing you can keep in mind is that Fat-tails eat their shed. I don't know if leopard geckos do this or not. But African Fat-tails will shed frequently and eat the skin they shed (it contains a lot of nutrients, so it's like a whole meal, esp when they are adults). On weeks that Puzzle sheds, he will not eat. That may not be what is going on with your girl, but it's good information to have. It's been about 2 weeks since she dropped her tail, so she has had time to destress and there is no reason she should be refusing food. Have you tried the waxworms? I can post a picture of my cage setup if that helps you. Let me know. Good luck!