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Posted by genlelow on April 23, 2003 at 01:32:16:
In Reply to: Oddly defensive behaviour posted by krapylet on April 23, 2003 at 00:44:56:
...because jus today at the pet store when i was getting some pinkys a guy was there who had lost his albino cali king for 4 months. he said before he lost his juvi that he was a pig for food and docile...and since he found him he is refusing food and also is quite agressive. i wonder whats in thw air?!? he said that one of the mice tried to bite his king or something, and he claims now his king is scared and all wacky cause of that. but, i wild him to wait alittle longer and try again, mainly cause i have heard that if snakes have eaten heavily recently, then they can go quite some time without having an appetite. he said his cali was in good health after the 4 months, so i am thinking that he ate like a champ.
anyway, good luck with taming that king...
ps, i just found my apilach from him being gone for a week...u will never guess where i found him...ON THE PASSENGER SEAT of my car!!!
:My girlfriend's 4-5 month cali kingsnake escaped and returned after two days. Ever since she returned, she's been acting strangely, musking when trying to hold, and acting all wacky. She's been the nicest animal I've ever seen in the past, being docile and nice from day one. So does anyone have any idea what's going on here? Also, it seemed to me that she was actually smaller than she used to be. But that might be because I'm used to seeing my male cali king in action.
:Thanks for replies, take care.