General Care Description of my Boa: Cool Side Temp: 80 degrees Warm side: 85 degrees Hot Spot(heating mat under cage): 90 degrees Humidity: 50-70 degrees (fluctuates slightly because of dry winter climate) Hides: One on Cool side and one over hot spot mat Bowl: Large enough for her to fit in and filled/replaced with clean water regularly Other features: Climbing Branch for her to explore Bedding: Reptibark I recently "temporarily" adopted by brothers Red Tail Boa- when he moved and was unable to keep her at his new apartment. I will likely have her for a few years and then return her to him. As you may tell from my General Care Description, I have done extensive and thorough research about general care and conditions for this snake, but am concerned about her behavior after her last feeding. I fed her two full days ago, and it is as if her prey drive is still MAJORLY kicked in. This is only my second time feeding her- the first time she curled up in her warm hide for about two days, switched to the cool side and stayed there during the day and came out at night. This feeding- after eating she has remained head/neck out staring directly at me all day (I work from home and her terrarium is in my office) and body inside her warm hide. She has not once (on my observation) changed position, other than to occasionally strike the glass in my direction. She tracks my movement(and my dogs) consistently with her head. She has never bit anyone (my brother has had her for two years) and I have handled her numerous times. It is clear something has switched on in her mind to perceive my heat signature as a possible food source, but for two weeks prior to this feeding I have worked in this office in the same spot and she has paid little to no attention to my presence until now. I am often accused of being TOO observant or concerned (which is better than too little) but am looking for possible reasons that she has stays so "obsessed" if you will. I thought it could possible be that she is still hungry? (as in, the meal size is too small for her) and intend on weighing her and basing her feeding on body weight percentage compared to feed rather than size/appearance. But any other suggestions as to why she would remain fixated for SO LONG are greatly appreciated!!