Wow, I tried repotting my 2 ailing pygmy sundews hoping better soil would improve their poor health. Those little things are nearly impossible to get out of the pot! I saw a few very delicate roots and am not sure they will survive the move. Lesson learned.
My cat got up to a window sill that is six feet above the ground to get to my indoor CPs to eat their flowers and cleaves, and managed to tip the saucer that held seven of my most prized pygmies. I lost both mypots of Scorpions and an entire cluster of pygmies in another. I was pretty crushed.
Right now I have a D. paradoxa getting ready to bloom. One of the buds my cat ate is the D. P. so I can't wait to see it.
Pygmies I'm told do not do well if transplanted. Better to wait for gemmae or seed. I grow D. Scorpioides and find them pretty easy so far. I even started a bunch last December from gemmae. Mine are grown under a T12 light about 5-6 inches above the plants.
You can buy really expensive lights which are special plant growing lights, which put out near-sun spectrum light. Or...you can buy a 4' shop light which holds two light tubes. The best size tube is the T8, which is 1 inch in diameter, which most shop lights are now. Just get the cool white tubes, not Gro Light. At the local Home Depot or Lowes (don't know what stores you have locally) I can buy the light and two tubes for about $15.00. I have used them extensively, and the cool white tubes work great! I have also spent lots of dollars on the plant lights, and they don't work any better for my CPs. Try to place the lights about 1 foot above the tops of the plants, but always go by temperature. If you need to, move the light further away to keep the temp in the upper 70s to lower 80s deg F, but this depends on the preferred temperature range of the plants you place under the lights.
I love my pygmies, but when my cat helped by the ferret uprooted them, it really caused a problem. Some I pushed back in the pot and they were fine, but I lost all five of my Scorpions, which totally bumms me out.