Hey, New to the forum, New to the snake ownership. I got this snake for my 13 year old son. We ignorantly dove in to the game knowing very little. The snake had been fed two days previous and we had no problem picking it up, handling it, and carrying it around. The snake was incredibly patient and easy going. Then I fed it with a live mouse as had been done by the previous owner. Now I just don't have the confidence to reach into the cage and handle it as I did with my ignorant bliss. The snake is very curious of any touching, it will turn and face anything touching it in a coiled position. I expect that the snake will always be very aware of and curious of anything in it's cage, but... I'm worried I'm just not interpreting it's body language correctly and I might get tagged trying to pick it up. It's a boa, not sure of the subspecies, and I think it's a female. I tried using a glove, but it seems difficult to gently fish between coils and pick it up with a reasonable amount of pressure that wouldn't harm or annoy the snake. Previous owner was a thirteen year old girl, who probably covered it in lipstick kisses and never got tagged. I have noticed that once the snake has been out of the cage it doesn't seem to want to get put back in, and tries to climb out. There's no issue putting it in the cage, it's just getting it out that has me worried. Anyone with some insight into how to read the snake?