Hi everyone! I'm a new rat owner and have already made a post a while ago about having trouble training my rats. Trying to follow the advice on my last post, I've been trying to hand tame my boys, and my more confident rat Nimbus has been climbing all over my hand and seemed really comfortable with it, while my other boy Storm, who is really skittish has been coming up to my hand and will put his front two paws on my hand and very rarely fully climb onto my hand. I thought things were going really well, so I wanted to try and free range my rats. Their cage however was really high up off the ground and there was no platform for them to walk onto, so I decided to move their cage onto the floor so I could open up the doors and have them walk into the play area. But ever since I've moved their cage, they haven't been coming up to interact with me like they normally do, and if they do, they're extremely skittish, and anytime I reach my hand in to give them a treat, they'll grab it and climb up into their hammock and not come down. With liquid treats they'll eat them off my hand, but the slightest disturbance or noise will scare them away. In addition, whenever I'm in my room they're seemingly always in the hammock and won't come down until I turn off the lights and go to bed, or leave the room. I want to try interacting with them during the day so that they're active and have a chance to bond, but I'm scared that bothering them while in the hammock or while their asleep will cause them to be even more scared of me. I also really want to try the hoodie method, but I'm worried about that for the same reasoning. I honestly thought things were progressing really well, but now it seems like they don't want anything to do with me. Are they just scared because I moved the cage? Is it ok to bother them while in the hammock to have them engage in play time or just have sleep in my hoodie? I really want to bond with them, but I also don't want to screw things up, which has led to a very hands off approach in which I haven't really interacted with them unless they come up to me. For context, I've had them for a little over a month, and moved the cage about 6 days ago. Thank you for any and all advice!