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    Re: BP: Feeding Issues (Normal Fast vs Old Frozen Rats)

    Congratulations! Nothing like getting them to feed after a fast.
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    Re: BP: Feeding Issues (Normal Fast vs Old Frozen Rats)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne View Post
    Congratulations! Nothing like getting them to feed after a fast.
    Thanks Dianne. I was a little unsure how to get him back in his cage when he was coiled like that. A quick tap with my snake hook and he snapped back like a tape measure into his hide while holding the rat
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    Re: BP: Feeding Issues (Normal Fast vs Old Frozen Rats)

    Quote Originally Posted by ckuhn003 View Post
    Thanks Dianne. I was a little unsure how to get him back in his cage when he was coiled like that. A quick tap with my snake hook and he snapped back like a tape measure into his hide while holding the rat
    " back in his cage " ??


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    Re: BP: Feeding Issues (Normal Fast vs Old Frozen Rats)

    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    " back in his cage " ??


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    Yes, as you can tell by the picture, he shot out of his enclosure striking the rat and just stayed their coiled until I tapped him.
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