I've had my crested for about two years now. I've notice for the past week she has been on the bottom of the cage and today I realized she seems to have some shed stuck to her front toes and can't stick to the cage very well. Her back toes had a bit of shed hanging off, but most of it has come off. I was a little concerned because she hasn't been eating much lately. I though it was because she was cold (just moved home from college and parents keep house temp at around 60 degrees) I went out and bought a new tall cage with a day time and night time heat lamp. I figured it would take about a week for her to get used to the new surroundings, but she's always been pretty calm about things as far as geckos go. I keep the top of the cage at about 75-80 and the lower part is much cooler at about room temp. I also spray her cage at night before bed. She did eat a little the other day and ate a bit when I was holding her to check out her feet. Is there anything I should do to help get that shed off? I'm guessing she shed the rest when I wasn't around. Will it just fall off eventually?