Hi guys, I purchased a baby Macleay from Amazing Amazon around 5 years ago, and have followed the care guide from Australian Freshwater Turtles as closely as I could (except the width of her tank is a bit smaller than advised, and she’s the fussiest eater you’ve met). I had great plans for her and I, but my health has deteriorated a lot and I’m struggling to care for her. Cleaning her tank takes me half a day, and leaves me wiped and in pain for the next couple. I had been hoping to rehome her with someone from the AFT forums but obviously they have closed. I want her to go to someone who knows what they’re doing, and will take good care of her. Any advice? She’s currently around 16cm SCL (I forgot to weigh her). She hates being handled. She’s not looking and she’s always had issues shedding. She basks in her tank, out of her tank under her light while I’m cleaning it but hasn’t been getting enough outside time (cold here in Melbourne). GH, KH, PH, Nitrates etc are good, there’s the right amount of turtlegrit and salt, and the water is the right temperature (all checked weekly). She’s got a constant supply of guppies, tetras and thin val/elodea to eat, the occasional washed prawn, and exoterra adult aquatic turtle pellets when she won’t stop insisting she’s hungry. We’ve tried worms, crickets, silk worms, moths, those tiny wriggly black worms you buy by the spoonful. She will try them the first time then never touch them again. While I try to find someone to take her, what can I do to improve her life/health? Have attached multiple pictures for reference. Her shell is my biggest worry. It’s hard, there’s no signs of rot, but I don’t like the patchiness. Thanks in advance.