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RE: Feeding technique

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Posted by: St0n3_C0ld at Mon Dec 7 11:12:32 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by St0n3_C0ld ]  
   

well, it was a see-through cage but i already covered all sides with plastics, guess doesn't work, does it? ;p
yeah i already got an opaque one and i'm gonna move the baby to that cage after i finish drilling holes on all sides.

yeah i'm trying no to worry too much, i was really afraid if the baby can't stand a long time without food. I still keep misting it tho..
i also wanna weigh it up but haven't done it yet, well i'm afraid i will make it more stressed up that way, rite?
how long does this neonate can stand without feeding by the way, thanks ^^

by the way, it seems to be a nice baby thou, i don't know if it's really tame or afraid, but it never bit the pinky even if i "tease" it for about 15 minutes and then i got tired..
i even tried poking its nose, neck, tail but still no aggresive behavior, but instead it was reaching up and trying to get on my hands just as it wanted me to take me out..
any idea to "tease feeding" it?
thx ^^


   

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