Brought home my new leo's on 11/11/11. I know that was awhile ago, but I wanted to give them some time to settle in before I stressed them with handling They are the first reptiles I've owned (well, I had turtles for like a week but that doesn't count because they weren't by choice - they were rescues!) and I absolutely love them. They're gaining some weight now that I have them on gut loaded mealworms/waxworms. I know most people recommend crickets but I don't prefer them. They've both had a shed since they've been home - that was cool to watch! The female, Kalani ("heavenly girl" in Hawaiian) is either a regular or a mack snow - she's super sweet. I love getting her out and letting her hang out while warming up on me. She's just so mellow, such a great girl. She does have residual skin leftover on her toes from previous sheds, the previous owners didn't have a moist hide/place for her. I don't know how to get this off of her (if I can) before it cuts off the circulation and they fall off. She's already missing a few toes. Anyone know what to do? The picture is very over saturated - in normal lighting she's got a lavender and very pale yellow color, really pretty. The jungle pattern boy doesn't have a name yet - still working on it. He's a good boy, but is definitely a suicide jumper. I'm trying to socialize him more to try to help with that Just gently picking him up, letting him walk though my hands in the cage, then letting him down. If he stands still I'll pet him, don't chase him when he walks away. Today was the first day I had the courage to take him out!