My roommate just rescued a TINY baby corn snake from Pet Co. He hasn't eaten for several weeks and it was either she brings him home, or he gets put down. Anyways, he has been tube fed by the vet while at the store. A local guy who does reptile rescue (for over 20 years now - specializing in snakes and Large lizards) gave us these two suggestions: appetite stimulant, and chicken. The appetite stimulant is this oil stuff that supposedly makes even the most resistant feeder hungry. He also said that if that doesn't work, to put out a raw chicken leg for a week or so, and rub the pinky all over it so that it smells like chicken, as snakes LOVE birds. Also, (s)he, who has been named Fresno, has very strange patterns. I'm not sure if she is a morph, or just a Very unique normal. Any input on getting her to eat and her morph? I will post pics in a few. (I have to take some first haha).