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    Re: Creatures of Conditioned Routine

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    When it's time to feed, most of my snakes start staring at me...almost as bad as my dogs, but just not daily. It's pretty cute.
    Quote Originally Posted by FollowTheSun View Post
    Yes Noodle does this to me and it's kinda disconcerting! LOL! She will also do it right after she just ate, like "Do I get more?"
    My BP (also named Noodle lol) does this too. Here he is hoping for seconds immediately after swallowing a mouse:


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    Normally to feed my retic I let him out to wander and get some exercise on the enclosure stack. When he isn't looking I put his food in his enclosure. Typically he will track down the smell and find his food waiting for him.

    It had been 3 weeks since his last feeding and he was pacing by the door of his enclosure. I kept pulling him out and putting him on the enclosure stack and he kept putting himself back into his enclosure hoping suddenly find food in there.
    1.0 100% Kalatoa SD retic, 0.1 Lavender SD retic
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    x.x.many fancy mice

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