Hey, guys! I'm new to this forum. After diligently scouring the internet, I finally decided I needed to bite the bullet and ask for advice, or even a way to ease my worries. This is my first lizard, but I have a corn snake. I adopted a 4-year old, female fat-tail gecko from a reptile show two weeks ago. She has been bred two seasons, but developed a benign cyst by her cochlea (now removed) and he no longer wanted to breed her. I am housing her in a 10-gallon tank. I'm using paper towel as substrate. I am using no lighting (I was told not to by her breeder) and have an under tank heater. The warm side is around 88 F and the cool side is around 75 F. I have a tank thermometer/humidity gauge, but I am also using a temperature laser gun. The humidity stays around 50%, but I am also offering a moist hide with coconut husk on the cool side of the tank. She has two hides, a water dish, and a bottle cap of calcium. I weighed her yesterday and she is 44 grams. I've been trying to offer her crickets every couple days, but she's just not even remotely interested. She flicks her tongue when I put them in, but when they come near her mouth, and she doesn't even flinch. She's been spending her time completely in her warm hide during the day, but I notice things are moved, so she must be moving around at night. My undoing has been my research, being told many contradictory things in food, temperatures, and hides. I've heard everything from force feeding her crickets, offering her turkey baby food, to soaking her in Pedialyte. I haven't tried any of these things, but I just want to know when I should start getting worried about her not eating. She's my little princess and I don't think I will be able to forgive myself if something happens to her that I could have solved. Thank you so much for the input! Here's a couple pictures of her.