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RE: E. Indigo yearling, tail issue

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Posted by: Lovin2act at Sun Aug 5 10:10:00 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Lovin2act ]  
   

It was mentioned to me that perhaps it could be derived from him possibly being overweight, which I had not considered. He is sort of a chunky boy I guess, so maybe it could have something to do with it? He is not fed a ton by any means though. Two jumbo adult mice once a week right now. I fed him twice a week back when he was a little tyke, but slowed him down a bit the last few months since he got to be around 4 feet long. Here are some snaps I took of him last night in a box. Maybe some of you more experienced can see something I perhaps am missing hopefully. Again yes he has a tail kink, below his vent. He actually refused food last night, two small hopper rats....pretty shocked haha! He just shed Friday morning, so I expected him to be starving, but I guess not last night






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