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Second menagerie issue here:Got a rescue corn snake about a month ago, probably 2-3 years old, just started to shed. It's eyes are properly milky, it's inactive and Not Himself.I've made a damp hide out of an icecream tub and damp kitchen roll - which he seems to like.He's due to be fed tomorrow - would you bother offering him a mouse, or assume he'd not bother until he can see a bit better?Google giving mixed advice. And, I'm reluctant to be left with a defrosted mouse! TIA.
I'd offer, our corn snake is about 6 years old now, and always eats just as he goes dusty/milky eyed. I think it gives him that extra bit of energy he might need.
brilliant, thanks. Will take a mouse out the freezer right now.Must say, I'm a convert to reptiles for pets - happy to be handled for half an hour, happy to be left alone, feeds once a week and poos on command, no smell, no fur, no problem!And, the all-the-other-boys-are-jealous-factor...
worked a treat, thanks. Thanks for the advice. Happy snake, happy boy, relieved mum.
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