Hi all! So I am not someone who has ever been considered to have a "green-thumb" and historically have had bad luck when it comes to growing plants. I'd been given a Lucky Bamboo plant a couple years back as a gift, and so far it has survived me but after a major move and a stop over at a family's house where the plant unfortunately was left outside and snacked on a little by cats, i became concerned about its health. I had always kept it in water and even though the leaves were chewed and there was yellowing in parts of the leaves and new stalks were looking dead, the little guy seemed to continue to power through. Well now it's been about a year and I had decided, after reading a little about the plant, to replant it in soil - I would really love to allow it to grow bigger and better. Now I have read pros and cons about this and with my history with plants I know I'm taking a risk, but my thought process here is, what's life without risk?... anyway, after replanting the Bamboo and trimming off the bad parts, I noticed that a couple of the leaves look more wilted - though not yellowing or anything. It's been exactly 1 week since I've replanted and am monitoring the soil moisture (about half a cup to a full cup of water the first day of replanting and a half cup today) and I did add a couple fertilizer spikes to the soil as well. Of course I keep it out of direct sunlight and away from vents. Can anyone give me any feed back on whether my plant is dying, or if there's hope for keeping it alive? I appreciate any feedback! Thank u!