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Posted by ArtCat on April 26, 2003 at 21:50:58:
In Reply to: Honduran won't eat! HELP! posted by madidi on April 26, 2003 at 21:16:07:
:She's a two year old, adult. Um, probably been about two to three weeks. But the weird thing is, she acts jumpy around the mouse like she's scared of it. Does that mean anything?
::I wouldn't get too worried just yet. It's not uncommon for them to go off feed this time of year (breeding season), especially males but females soemtimes do too. Is she an adult or a juvenile? How long has it been since she ate?
:::My female tangerine honduran, which I've had for about a year now, suddenly won't eat, and I think its because a mouse may have bitten her. I even tried knocking the mice out or stunning them before feeding them to her, but she won't eat it...Its like she wants to, but she'll lunge at it and pull back suddenly like she's scared. Will she get over this? How can I get her to eat again? Please help! I'm so worried!
My Sinaloan milk ate for a month after she came out of cooling then all of a sudden stopped eating for 3 months. She finally took down two mice last nice. just keep offering mice each week or so.