For those of you that have been following my Indo rescue from Petco, I have unbelievable news!!! When I found "Lucky" on Sunday, he was newly molted, almost pure white color, and he was sitting with his exo. I told the girl at Petco that he would not survive in the tank, so she was going to put him in a KK in the back. I begged her to please let me have him.....it looked like he didn't have ANY legs, and his BP was jutting out at a weird angle. I knew that if I left him there, he would surely die. Then a few days ago, I was extremely pleased to see that he had at least a couple of legs. That could mean survival, right? Here is his pictures taken 2 days ago. He had started to harden & darken up a little bit: [img width=300 height=247]http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l22/glass_slipper917/Indos/ZZ_022607017.jpg[/img] [img width=300 height=250]http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l22/glass_slipper917/Indos/ZZ_022607019.jpg[/img] And in only 2 DAYS ~ This is Lucky NOW!!!! [img width=300 height=251]http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l22/glass_slipper917/Indos/ZZ_030107004.jpg[/img] [img width=300 height=236]http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l22/glass_slipper917/Indos/ZZ_030107001.jpg[/img] What a little survivor this guy is! In less than a week after his molt, he is prancing around the ISO tank, eating & drinking like nothing had ever happened! I am SOOOOO proud of him! He will be introduced to the main tank tomorrow, because he is literally climbing the walls of the ISO tank! :lol: Thank you all for your well wishes!!! This crabbie is surely blessed!