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Posted - 26/06/2009 :  17:17:01  Show Profile
ok, i posted a thread a few days ago saying that Cherry had been having a few issues with shedding and a slight regurgitation whilst being fed (this was the thread i posted:
Well yesterday when i tried to handle her she was really jumpy and for the first time ever striked at me so i left her alone. I tried again today and she was having none of it. However ive just noticed a slimy streak across the tank and upon further investigation have noticed what looks like a regurgitated mouse. It's been four days since she ate. What does this mean. im beginning to get worried now.
please help!

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Posted - 26/06/2009 :  17:49:10  Show Profile  Click to see sexychef's MSN Messenger address
right she has regured leave her completly alone except to change the water for 10 days. and then try to feed her on smaller pray item then she is normally on so if she is on fuzzys feed her 1 pinky if she is on pinkies find the smallest one possible. in these 10 days make sure everything is hopw it should be... ie the temps are right the humdity is correct and if she is on some sort of wood subtrate replace it to kitchen roll then you can monitor her actions better ie. fecies and regurge if it happens again. but most of all dont handle her and make sure the temps are spot on

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Posted - 26/06/2009 :  20:03:47  Show Profile  Click to see gingerpony's MSN Messenger address
leaving her 10 days allows the bacteria in the gut to return to normal levels to be able to digest her next meal

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