I got a baby corn snake (3ish months old now I would guess) about 3 weeks ago and have tried feeding him 5 times now. He is far more interested in attempting to escape his tank (which he can't). I have a 20 gallon long tank, with a hot and cold side (hot stays betwee 85-90 degrees and cool side stays around 70-75). He has a hidey hole on each end and 3 sticks that he climbs on. He has a water bowl that I put fresh water in once a week. I asked the person I purchased him from what he was feeding him, and he verified that he was being fed frozen-thawed pinkies, which is what I've been feeding him (or trying to at least), but he criticized me for feeding him frozen mice from Petco instead of giving me actual guidance on how to feed him (I live in Alaska and we don't have any other stores to purchase frozen mice from). I've tried warming up the pinkies, cutting them open, cutting them in half, wiggling them... He just isn't interested in eating and it's starting to concern me. Does anyone have advice or an idea of what's going on? He doesn't seem lethargic, his colors are strong, and he's very active. Is this normal?