I have recently bought a leopard gecko, she weighs 40g. She has not got an incredibly thin tail, but it it's not as fat as it should be (she is 1-2 years old). To describe her, I would say she looks aerodynamic, rather thin on the body. You can see she's rather boney around her shoulders. She is not interested in food, I wouldn't usually do this, but because I am concerned about her I have been force feeding her a few nutrobal dusted crickets and some wax worms to help her gain weight, as she has no interest in food. I have also given her warm baths with reptiboost (rinsing it off after). And another problem is her eyes, they are closed most the time, as though they are sore, I have bathed them with warm slightly salted water to clean them, and then she opens them and seems ok. They're isn't any shed skin caught in them as far as I can tell, they don't actually look bad tbh just like she can't open them. I have also added calcium drop to the water just to make sure she's getting calcium, though I have never seen her drink. She doesn't appear to have MBD and haven't noticed any irregular looking stools. It's her weight, appetite and eyes that concern me. She stands quite properly and isn't limp but isn't as feisty as she should be. I am desperate to get her to a decent size and make her better but I am not sure what to do. I have seen in America a company called flukers make critical care formula, but can't find it here (google it if you have no idea what it is) if you know what this is, is it worth buying? Is there anything else I can do for her eyes? Any help anyone can give me on this matter would be hugely appreciated!