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Posted by sharpstick on May 13, 2003 at 00:44:44:
In Reply to: baby ball question's posted by the-mikester on May 12, 2003 at 17:55:32:
:haha. the temps sounds right. and the snake sounds happy. if its already so active you may want to try feeding it as soon as you want. if it doesnt eat leave it alone( dont hold it for about a day) and try again. good luck and have fun with your new ball!
Thank you for the help, she is even more restless tonight, in the last hour she has made a lap around her cage..lol
I am going to feed her tonight when i get home tonight.
I was going to remove her from her cage and place her in a brown paper bag and put a live fussy in ther and roll the top of the bag up and ck her in an hour. does theis sound ok ?? I keep reading how picky ball's are, i had a redtail boa several years ago and just thumped and tossed in the cage and it would hit it bam, but I think feeding it out of its habitat would be better now since my daughter's will be handling it.
Let me know what you think.
, i am expecting the other ball i ordered 10 days ago to show up it went out yesterday, so i set up another 10 gal aquarium,snake be here 830 am, I want to keep them seperated for a month just to make sure both are healthy.