5 Year Member
- Sep 8, 2013
I know this might sound silly but since the weather has become cooler I have had to keep indoors on some days. When he is in the yard he is like a machine toddling around eating and trying to find an escape. He is always active and perky. On the days when he is inside he just sort of sits on his basking spot and that's about it. He doesn't try to escape, he doesn't walk around, nothing. I actually have to hold his Dandelions up to his face to entice him into eating. Is it possible that being inside is making him unhappy and depressed? I'm worried about him. As far as I can tell there doesn't seem to be anything physically wrong with Walter except for this sad behavior. Is it possible that he is actually sad and feeling depressed about his indoor situation? What can I do to help him through these upcoming winter months?