Back in July my gecko (Joanna) had some foot trauma, and her appetite has never fully recovered. She used to eat 10-15 crickets every other day, and now she'll eat maybe 3 crickets every two weeks, sometimes less often. I haven't noticed too much of a change in her weight. She does seem lighter when I pick her up, but I don't know if that's just a trick of my mind because I'm worried. I have her on reptile carpet on her warm side and bark on her cool side. She has two hides, one with moss in and around it that I keep moist (although I haven't been good about that lately). I admit I have cheap thermometers, so I don't know how accurate they are. Her cage seems to be in the mid 80s during the day, and mid to high 70s at night. She lays on the reptile carpet a lot (over the heating pad), even during the day - which is unusual for her. I have some river rocks over her heating pad, and she likes to rest her butt on them. I don't know if that's important, but I thought it was cute She hasn't shown any interest in food over the past two-three weeks, and I'm concerned. I know their metabolism slows down during the winter, but this seems a bit extreme. Any advice?!