Hi, I was reading this forum and registered as everyone here sounds fairly knowledgeable, and I could find less knowledgeable ppl through my Google search. I live in Paris, France where currently the temperature is about 22©, 72(F) during the day and 15 ©, 59 (F) during the night. I just bought my plant on a whim walking past a florist shop here in Paris. I belive it is a nepenthes anamensis(?), but am not sure. My old neighbor in NYC had a similar plant, and I couldn't help but to buy it as it was cheap (28 euros/32 USD) and had always intrigued me. It is in good condition with several large pitchers of a distinct red hue, almost throughout the entire pitcher and small pitchers already formed. It is in a hanging basket, but the top of the stem is already hitting the top of the basket. I have several questions, so please bear with me, I finally absolved myself as plant killer by keeping an orchid alive for 2 months (including being on vacation for 11 days), so decided I could risk another plant. 1/ How much water, and when? 2/ Full light? Shade? 3/ Should I repot it in another hanging basket, with what type of medium, anything specific I should know? 4/ What about feeding? It in my window, which looks out on to a Paris street. People do not pick up their dog waste in Paris and as my windows have no screen, I thought it was a great idea to get a CP as I often have flies in my house. Should I check the pitchers and feed them if I see they are not getting any insects? Thank you in advance for your help. I'm very excited about my new nepenthes, whom I've now named "Penny". She is the mate to "Theodore", my pure white phaleonopthis (which I bought at IKEA believe it or not, thinking 10 euros wasn't much if I killed it).