After well over a month the tiny female lemonback finally took a rat fuzzy! She was the only one of our collection who hadn't eaten for us yet. Joy!
I normally wouldn't worry as that's not that long for a ball but she was only 100 something grams when we got get in April and the guy we got her from said she hadn't eaten in at least 3 weeks.
Ugh I tried ASF's, a gerbil hopper(which I found to be evil an little brat !, and every size of pinkie, fuzzy, or hopper of rat and mouse I felt was appropriate for her. She was the one I was seriously worried I would wind up having to assist-feeding but I was waiting as long as possible. I was gonna take her to the vet this week actually to rule out anything that could be causing her not to eat.
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*0.1 Mojave (Kokopelli) *0.1 Pinstripe (Snizzy) *0.1 Bumblebee (Grace) *1.0 Super pastel butter (Beomike) *1.0 Mojave orange ghost (Houdini) *0.3 100% het orange ghosts (Lilly, Daisy, Pennywinkle) *0.1 Pastel 50% het orange ghost (Sunny) *1.1 PE Lemonback fires (Lemony, Lemoria) *1.0 Fire (Fire Lord Ozai) *0.1 Citrus Pastel (Clementine) *1.0 Albino (Archimedes) *0.1 Spider 100% het albino (Arachnia)
*1.0 Anery motley corn (Cthulhu) *G. rosea tarantula ('Rantula) *G. pulchripes (Phillius Don Pedro... really long name) *P. metallica (Lars) *A. versicolor (Typhoomerang) *C. cyaneopubescens (Rusko) *A. geniculata (Shelob) *B. smithi (deciding) *B. boehmei (El Super Beasto) *Nhandu chromatus
*1.0 Australian shepherd mix (Yoshi)
WOOHOO! Its such a relief isnt it? I have had some bad luck with the males I bring in so far 2/3 have been very slow to start. My big pastel male wouldnt feed for 4 months! he fed a few weeks ago for the first time and I was jumpin for joy!