I was in Petco doing my Crestie hunting routine when I noticed they had Tokay geckos. I've never seen them at a Petco and I've been wanting one, so I asked the girl to take it out for me. The one they had didn't look good; she (I'm not great at sexing them, but I'm pretty sure it's a girl) had dark, muted colors and a very very very kinked tail. The girl said she hadn't been eating and proceeded to stick a couple of dusted waxworms into her mouth. She was not a happy gecko.
Of course, I had to get her. They gave me 25% off since she was sick. I have her set up in a 12"x12"x18" ExoTerra with a red heat bulb so she stays warm. I gave her some roaches, though I'm not sure if she ate them or if they crawled out of their cup, and also have her some reptile recovery gel/food/stuff. She has a lot of energy and enjoys gnawing on my skin, but definitely does not take well to eating real food. I have found some droppings in her cage, but they're weird- one literally had a giant bubble in it. I'm going to get her Pedialyte today so I can make sure she's hydrated, but I have been spraying her well otherwise.
I'm not sure if she's wild-caught or just very stressed, but I am concerned about her. Any advice or information I could use to nurse her back to health? She's a feisty little thing and I'd hate for her health to deteriorate more.