Took delivery of our newest addition a male Albino DCP hatchy in early January this year. He was bred in South Australia and now lives in Cairns. He had been feeding and shedding well according to the information sheet we got with him. Since then he has only taken food twice. So that's one fuzzie rat in January and another in late March. He shed once in late January. He is kept in a click clack tub, with a heat mat at 32' which warms one end of the tub, a cool end of 24', a perch, a snug hide and water bowl. He is kept in a quiet unused enclosure, away from noise, excessive light and because his house is opaque he can't see movement outside. He will strike his food but not take it. I have tried braining, wet and dry offerings, actually covered fuzzies with rat brain, gecko smear and he still refuses to eat. Starting to get a bit worried. He is still active, although we rarely handle him as we are trying to get him to feed. Positive suggestions welcomed, no-brainer stupid replies can keep your opinions to yourselves... (ie: don't tell me to increase the hot end by ONE degree or stupid advice like that, where we live the ambient temp in the house itself hovers around that anyway!). Just seeking advice on maybe having to force feed a few times to get him going???