I know I've been MIA lately and I apologize. My 3 snakes I've had for the past year are doing fantastic, but I rescued a male pastel ball on October 9. What I was told is that he was bought 4 months ago, escaped, they found him, and they don't want him anymore. I was asked if I would take him and since I had a proper enclosure and supplies, including food, I was more than happy to. He is underweight, possibly dehydrated, and in the midst of a bad shed. He has eaten for me and is getting baths to help him complete his shed. His current environment (since Sunday of course) has proper humidity and temperature requirements. Humidity, due to his shed, is around 70%. Normally, I check the shed for eyecaps. It's something I do with my snakes. However, Nova started his shed before I got him. How can I tell if he shed his eyecaps before I got him? I named him Nova because when I picked him up from the LPS my friend works at, even in his poor health, he is an absolute sweetheart. It's short for Casanova. I'll post pics after his shed is complete and he's eaten a few times. Right now, I'm limiting my handling of him to keep his stress level down.