Hi everyone, So, I have an adult corn snake (I don't know her exact age because I adopted her), and she hasn't eaten in at least a month, if not more (I lost track). I've been offering food to her weekly, but she won't take anything. And now she's practically a skeleton with very little muscle. She still acts normal, aside from not eating, although she is a little more prone to biting, probably because she's hungry. I had a similar problem with one of my female leopard geckos who was laying eggs constantly after one breeding, and eventually she wouldn't eat at all; she was so thin, and I was really worried. However, she started eating again after I gave her a few doses of reptiboost (that powdered food you mix with water), and she got back to normal. Anyway, based on what I saw, I'm thinking that now, my corn snake won't eat because she is so thin, although I don't see how that would make much sense. I can't afford to go to a vet, so I need some major help here... Should I try to give her some reptiboost? If so, can I use the syringe that comes with it? Thanks in advance.