Sellabell is making me nuts. For a heck of a long time now, I have not been able to get him to eat his pellets or his hay. I've tried switching pellets and hay over and over trying to find SOMETHING he'll eat. He'll try the new food and hay but that's about it. He just doesn't like it. His dad did the same thing after he recovered from his terrible bout of scurvy. I ended up creating the "Soli Salad" for him in an attempt to give him something at least close to an almost balanced diet. I wouldn't mind doing that for Bell either but I need some help figuring out what needs to go in it to keep him healthy. I mean I know all the things he can and can't have and things that have vitamin c and all that but I don't know which ones contain the right amounts of the right nutrients he needs if that's to be his only food. The vet has said that green leafy veggies will help fulfill the fiber needs (though not as well as hay but he won't eat the hay!). He has been to the vet, by the way, a couple of times in fact. The vet (who is an excellent piggy vet) says he is healthy and nothing is physically wrong with him other than being a bit underweight. He said as long as he's still pooing he's ok and suggested some ways to get him to eat his pellets and hay but nothing has worked. He just doesn't like hay or pellets. He's going to HAVE to have a "Soli Salad" because I'm all out of other ideas. If anyone knows what I should put in it I would be very grateful for the information.