My CWD is aging, and has developed cataracts in both eyes over the last month or so - consequently, she has a very hard time eating anymore. She can't see anything I decided that I would at least try to feed a slurry to her by means of syringe. If she will willingly eat that way, I have no problems doing so daily. I will not however, start tubing or force-feeding her. Last night, I made an improvised slurry of turkey baby food, sweet potato baby food, Pedialyte, and a sprinkle of reptile vitamins, and she licked it right up for me. I'm going to get a sutable small blender so I can liquefy pinkies, cockroaches and crickets to add to this, as well as some collard or other leafy green. I'm looking for any input on the recipe - I want it to be as complete as possible. If there is something else that would be beneficial, or that I am overlooking, I would be happy to hear it. I'm using the turkey baby food as protien until I can get insects and pinks liquified (Mom would kill me if I used her blender for this) If I add collard or other green, should I boil first? or would that lose some of the nutritional value? I'll feed her this way as long as she will take it, but if she starts to refuse to eat at all, I'll be taking her in to the vet to ask what he recommends - which will probably be euthanasia. I don't think she has much time left, but I don't want to give up on her just yet, especially if she is willing to eat for me. Thanks for input!