I's a Nice Comfy Pillow! by Astrocat

I's a Nice Comfy Pillow!

Astrocat

28 August 2014 at 11:31:40 MDT

A nice comfy Little Prince :)

(whiteout corn snake)

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    What a little cutie! The photo really brings out all the texture in the scales, too.

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      Thanks, i'm really pleased with this shot :)

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    AWWWWWWW<3

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    NOOOODLE!!!!

    Such a cutie, fantastic shot.

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      L Funnily enough that's my nickname at my Iaido class XD Also, I love your icon can't stop watching...

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    Aww he's cute, are they harmless? do they need a special threatment of some sort? I'm quite interested

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      Corn snakes are completely harmless to humans and have a docile temperament. They're also one of the most easy snakes to keep and don't grow too large so they are very popular as a starter snake :)

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        nice, tho I won't take one at home now, I'm plannin on movin to canada as soon as I can, they are very cute tho, so might take one when I'm Settled in Canada

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          I have two corn snakes of my own and they are fantastic pets. Very calm and they can become quite attached to their owners. :3 The only thing to know about them is you have to feed them more often than other snakes.

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            That's not a problem, what do they usually eat?

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              Depending on size, they range from small or adult mice and (if larger) rat pups. Mine are three and a half feet and I am feeding two mice at a time if they seem interested. I prefer frozen food over live prey. They should be fed once a week unless they are shedding.

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                anything I should knwo abut the frozen food?

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                  Nah, not really. If you feed them Frozen mice, always feed them frozen. Never switch between frozen and live. It will confuse them. But nothing else I can think of.

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                  Just make sure the mouse is completely thawed out before feeding! Once it's thawed, you can warm it up a little in some warm water as well :)

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                    A'ight, ist gut, gein probleem

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    Gorgeous!